The Best Financial Advice For Women? Establish Your Own Financial Identity

Guest Post By: Amanda Atcheson, Product Marketing Manager at CO-OP Financial Services

It’s hard to believe that only some fifty odd years ago, a woman’s financial identity was tied explicitly to someone else – her husband, her father or some other male in her life. In the modern age, women make up nearly half of the American workforce. In addition, the average age of marriage is now in the late 20s – and unfortunately, the divorce rate remains high.Read More

4 Money Lessons I Learned From #GirlBoss

I’ll be honest, when I picked up #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso I never thought there would be so many valuable personal finance lessons in it. Business advice, tips, and motivation were my expectations, but what I received was a well rounded, personal account of someone who did the unexpected in her own way. Read More

The Impact of Checking Your Credit Report

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

Everything You Should Know Before You Accept A Credit Card Balance Transfer Offer

In an ideal world, no one would carry a credit card balance from month to month.Many of us use credit with the intentions of paying the balances in full, then life happens. As time progresses the debt accumulates with interest every month making it more difficult to pay off. If you’re reading this, you are probably in search of a way to save money and get out of debt quicker. A credit card balance transfer may be the solution you are seeking. Read More

The Truth About Recovering From Car Repossession

The scenario often plays out like this. You purchase your dream car and the monthly payment seems feasible. Life happens and unforeseen events occur. The car payment becomes a burden. After crunching the numbers and unsuccessfully trying to make it work, the vehicle is repossessed. This scenario is all too familiar for families and individuals that experience financial hardship. Although it may seem like a daunting task, you can recover from car repossession. Read More

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