Tag Archives: Retirement
Feb 15 2017
The start of a new year is often when last year’s hard work pays off in the form of pay raises or cost of living adjustments. Instead of using that money to buy a new pair of shoes or the …
As I wrap-up my 4-part series on Healthy Money Habits, I would like to revisit the eight financial health habits I mentioned throughout the entire series.
Becoming and then staying insured as well as beginning a Retirement account are two large steps that will help to get you closer to your goal of overall financial fitness.
Learning to avoid credit card debt and saying ‘no’ to yourself/unnecessary wants more often will help to keep you on the road to overall financial health.
Jan 15 2016
Markets correct. It happens all the time. Corrections of 10% happen on average once per year. The most recent 10% correction occurred due to fears surrounding slowing growth in China, falling prices for oil and other commodities, and concerns over …
May 21 2014
The lower the interest rates on your loans, the more income you’ll have available for other uses, including saving for retirement. Your credit score is the key to getting loans approved and determining the interest rate you pay. Here are …
There are so many financial advice books available, it can be overwhelming to sort through and find the best ones. Wonder what books people in the financial services industry are reading and would recommend? Our employees at Hills Bank are …