Blog Posts

  1. Getting What You Pay For: How to Choose the Right Wedding Photographer

    By Delta Community

    National Proposal Day was March 20, and since then, our lives have been a flurry of Save the Dates, bridal showers and wedding invites. If you're one of the lucky ones who popped the question or said yes, get ready for what can be a long and often expensive process of planning a wedding. Perhaps one of the most debated and potentially expensive parts of planning a wedding is hiring a photographer to take your engagement and wedding photos. There are just so many factors to consider. But you’re in luck, Quarterlifers!  We spoke with photographer Kelly Dyar of Amerine Photography and she offered some tips on how to make your wedding photography experience as seamless as possible. Read More

  2. Troubled by taxes? You don’t have to be!

    By Delta Community

    If you've waited until the last minute to do your taxes, and let's face it you probably you have, you might have some questions. After all, filing your taxes can be a confusing and intimidating process. There are so many different forms and everyone’s situation is unique. Are you filing independently or as a dependent? What can you claim? The possibilities can seem endless. On a positive note, there could be a reward waiting for you once your taxes are filed – your tax refund! Here are some tips to make filing your taxes just a little bit easier. Read More

  3. Cash In On Spring Cleaning

    By Delta Community

    Spring is here and for many of you that also means it’s time for spring cleaning. Although this task often includes a long list of household chores that you – and the kids – may try to avoid, spring is the perfect time of year to do a complete sweep of the house and get rid of old stuff you don’t need anymore. But this year, instead of just throwing out your no-longer-needed items, consider selling a few of the items below for some extra cash. You may be surprised at how much you can make! Read More

  4. April Is Financial Literacy Month – So What Does That Mean?

    By Delta Community

    Since 2004, April has been officially recognized as Financial Literacy Month. What is financial literacy? It means being able to establish and maintain healthy finances and understand the basic rules of personal finance. Essentially, financial literacy is the study of money – how to make it, save it and invest. On a deeper level, financial literacy also covers knowing how to make informed decisions about your money and resources. Read More