If you’re starting a new job or making selections during your employer’s annual benefits enrollment, you may have the opportunity to select a Health Savings Account. But what the heck is a Health Savings Account?Read More
This is the time of year when things get real for college students (and parents). Tuition is due, registration for classes is quickly approaching, and the book buying process will soon begin. Read More
When shopping for a car, it is important to understand the difference between purchasing and leasing a car. Leasing has become quite popular recently as more and more consumers are looking to drive their dream car while staying within their budget.Read More
My Fab Finance started as a side hustle. Side hustles are one of the often untold secrets of households that break the constraints of financial insecurity. During my childhood, my parents always had a side hustle. For a good part of my childhood I had a side hustle.
Credit cards have dramatically changed consumer saving and spending habits. It would not be an exaggeration to say that credit cards have impacted personal finance as much as cell phones have impacted personal communication.
Should you pay off debt or save money? It almost seems impossible to save money while burdened by debt. One of the biggest obstacles people face when overcoming a poor financial situation is the inability to save while juggling large debt obligations.Read More
Most people assume that checking your credit report negatively affects your credit score, however that isn’t always the case. This concern is warranted whether you have carefully built your credit score to it’s current standing or you are in the process of rebuilding it. It’s important to understand how the the FICO algorithm works and what actions impact your credit score. Credit is like a puzzle and if you are are unaware of how all the pieces work, your score could be negatively affected. Read More