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Tips for Paying for College: Part 2

Tips for Paying for College: Part 2

By Charlestien Harris Last week, I started a conversation about resources, such as the FAFSA and scholarships, that could be utilized to pay for college.  Read that blog here. This week, I am going to continue that conversation with additional options for financing a...
Tips for Paying for College: Part 2

Tips for Paying for College: Part 1

By Charlestien Harris At one time or another all of us think about the security of our children or grandchildren’s future.  Education is a big part of the success of a child’s life.  However, college is expensive and can add a heavy burden to the average...
Tips for Paying for College: Part 2

The Emergency Fund: A Financial Lifeline

By Charlestien Harris How many times have you thought about what you could have done if you only had the money to do it?  One of the most challenging things for many consumers is to establish an emergency fund.  Somehow, it has been long thought that it is...
Simple Steps to Reduce Your Debt

Simple Steps to Reduce Your Debt

By Charlestien Harris We have all been through a lot financially, since the pandemic hit in 2020. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel.  The immediate concern most of us have is how much more debt we are accumulating and how we can reduce our debt...
Insurance: Actual Cost vs Replacement Cost

Insurance: Actual Cost vs Replacement Cost

By Charlestien Harris Insurance plays a huge part in your financial wellbeing. Accidents will happen and storms will come, but one way you can avoid financial ruin is to have insurance. Insurance is a contract, represented by a policy, in which an individual or entity...