Author: Allison Martin
Allison Martin on February 25, 2015
If you have less-than-perfect credit, a rental property may still be within reach. Here’s how to approach the problem.
Allison Martin on February 18, 2015
Credit unions exist to serve their members. What big bank can say that?
Allison Martin on February 2, 2015
Paying off student loans is worthy of a celebration, but you’ll want to be strategic about it. Here’s why.
Allison Martin on January 28, 2015
Of the myriad choices, here are five of the best airline credit card deals to suit different travel styles.
Allison Martin on January 27, 2015
As if tax time wasn’t painful already, here are tips to prevent a scammer from stealing your tax refund.
Allison Martin on January 22, 2015
Your FICO score isn’t the only thing lenders might look at when you apply for a loan. What else could they use? Welcome to the “5 C’s” of credit.
Allison Martin on January 13, 2015
Struggling to keep your savings account funded? It might not just be a problem of limited income or financial emergencies. Here’s why.
Allison Martin on January 12, 2015
Chances are you headed off to college without a solid education in personal finance and money management. Don’t start out adulthood by digging yourself into a hole.
Allison Martin on December 20, 2014
Whether the traveler on your Christmas list likes flying in style or backpacking through the wilderness, we’ve got you covered.
Allison Martin on December 17, 2014
You’re renting but you don’t have renters insurance? You most likely should bite the bullet and cough up the cash. Here’s why.
Allison Martin on December 10, 2014
These student loan mistakes could end up costing you much more than you initially bargained for.
Allison Martin on November 26, 2014
Receiving a pink slip from your employer doesn’t necessarily mean your career is in jeopardy. Here’s why.
Allison Martin on November 25, 2014
Are you a short distance from financial self-destruction? Here’s how to tell — and the steps to take to turn it around.
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