Five Money Tips: Managing Your Credit Cards

Credit cards can help you build credit history and, if managed properly, help improve your credit score.

FAQs: IRA and Trust Basics

Here we answer some of the most common questions we hear in regards to creating IRA and Trust documents.

Financial Planning for Empty Nesters

Congratulations are in order! You planned, saved money for education expenses, and now your child is off to college. But as you settle into your “empty nest,” you might be wondering, now what? It’s time to figure out how to adapt to your child’s new independence while keeping your family on a steady course financially.

Here, we’ll focus on some common financial planning issues encountered by empty nesters (or those soon to be!). From finding new ways to save to considering powers of attorney, learn how to navigate this exciting transition while planning for the next phase of life.

Student Loan Repayment Options

Navigating the Maze of Student Loan Repayment Options

Presented by  Steve Meier


Graduating from college is certainly cause for celebration! But for many graduates, earning a higher education degree has left them with sizable student loan debt. Fortunately, there are a variety of repayment choices available—from consolidation to refinancing—to help lessen this burden.


So, which path should you take when navigating the maze of repayment options? It will depend, in part, on which type of student loans you have: federal or private.