Which College Savings Plan Is Right For You?

Andy Lucking By | On November 29, 2017

The cost of college is steadily rising, and student loan debt has reached crisis status. What does this mean for you? It is more important than ever to commit to saving for the education expenses of the future scholars in your life. But making that commitment to save is just the first step. Next, you […]

Medicare Basics You Need To Know

Andy Lucking By | On September 26, 2017

The concept of Medicare can be murky for soon-to-be retirees. If you learn basic enrollment guidelines and some of the nuances of various Medicare plans, you’ll be empowered with the knowledge you need to make better decisions—and avoid costly penalties. Here, we explore key points and address common questions about this federal health insurance program. […]

Fact vs. Fiction: Off-Campus Housing

Andy Lucking By | On July 19, 2017

We understand that it can be tricky navigating the world of personal finance. Everyone seems to have an opinion, and it can be hard to know what to believe.  Read our next myth regarding off-campus housing. Fiction: Off-campus housing is the most budget-friendly option for college students. Fact: Figuring out which living situation is the […]

Fact vs. Fiction

Andy Lucking By | On June 8, 2017

Following is the latest in the new Fact vs. Fiction series created as a way to present and debunk some of the most common financial myths. Fiction: When I donate to my favorite charity, writing a check is the best gifting strategy. Fact: Before you make a charitable donation, consider the potential tax and legal […]