With each new year comes new opportunities to set goals to improve your habits, health or wealth. While we can’t help you hit the gym more often, we can offer tips for improving your finances. Opening an Individual Retirement Account, or IRA, is a great way to save for the future, and the earlier you get started, the more time your savings has to grow.
Just in time for the holidays, here’s another to-do list. This one won’t help you plan parties, finish shopping for gifts or survive family visits. But it may help you save money when, in just a few weeks, tax season rolls around.
It’s no secret that technology is changing the way we do business, and smart shoppers can leverage high-tech tools to save time and money with almost any product, including vehicles. If you hate dealing with the hassle of shopping in person for a new or used vehicle, you may want to consider an online approach.
Renovating even the smallest parts of your home can be daunting. Unexpected expenses often pile up, and if you’re the do-it-yourself type, the hours spent on various projects will consume much of your time. That’s why it is important to choose a project that will pay off later.
The word “loan” can be an intimidating thing to hear at times. Thoughts of unmanageable debt and foreclosed homes may be some of the nightmares it can evoke, and if you remember its implication when the housing bubble popped in 2008, the very utterance of the word may leave a dirty taste in your mouth.
Many residents in the Carolinas are going through the long process of cleaning up after Hurricane Florence. Unfortunately, in addition to the heartbreaking damage and loss of property caused by such natural disasters, many residents will also be forced to cope with the frustration caused by having inadequate insurance on their home. Millions of people are at risk of their homes flooding because of a hurricane, but without flood insurance there may not be any coverage for damage caused by the flood. Read More
In the south, cool autumn temperatures are still a long way from reality. But another harbinger of fall, high school and college football games, are already kicking off—along with another important fall season tradition: tailgating. Read More
In order to build any great structure, you must start with a strong foundation. The same goes for your financial future. An expert from Delta Community gives her suggestions for those ready to take the next step towards becoming financially secure. Read More
Financial fraud is the fastest growing form of elder abuse. In our latest blog, we have outlined some common financial scams and what to do if you or your loved ones suspect possible fraud. Read More
Planning for retirement may seem like something you don't have to worry about in your twenties, but that is far from the truth. An expert from Delta Community provides his take on what is important in a young person’s journey to working towards a comfortable retirement. Read More