Financial Tips

       Establishing a positive relationship with money takes time and patients. People should take small steps to build healthy actions and responsible choices concerning personal money management. Here are a few tips to help out families, individuals and seniors alike.

3 Bad Driving Habits That Cost You Money

3 Bad Driving Habits That Cost You Money

There are a lot of ways poor driving can damage your wallet. From paying off tickets to taking your car into the shop sooner than you anticipated, bad driving can deal a serious blow to your finances—especially if the habit persists over time. Some of these habits are more obvious than others. It’s important to pay attention to the way you drive and how it affects your vehicle, money, and lifestyle. Keep yourself and your budget safe by avoiding these bad driving habits that cost you money. Continue Reading
How to Keep Your Privacy & Finances Safe in 2020

     As the new year begins, it’s an important time to think about simple changes we can make to ensure that this new year is better than the last. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central Indiana offers 10 New Year’s resolutions to help you avoid scams, prevent identity theft and be a smarter…Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Having a Side Hustle Job
The Benefits of Having A Side Hustle Job
The cost of living continues to rise, which can make it more difficult to stay on time with monthly payments. A great way to overcome this is to take on a side hustle. It may not seem like a big difference, a couple extra hours of work each week can go a long way. Check out some of the benefits of having a side hustle job
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What to Know Before Buying a Used Car

Purchasing a used car can be a great way to save money and get a good deal on a vehicle. However, there are also a few risks with buying a new car. Because you don’t know the vehicle’s entire history, you may run into some unforeseen issues if you don’t prepare properly and do your…

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