Moving can be difficult and stressful, but it’s essential to put your financial house in order before you change addresses. If you move without ensuring your bills are paid in full, your unpaid debts could damage your credit rating. When creditors report your delinquent payments – payments that arrive after their
When friends and loved ones finally raise their glasses to bid you a long and healthy retirement, you don’t want to be worrying about how your bills will get paid. That is why it is so important to participate in your company’s retirement plan now. On the road to retirement,
A message from Liberty Mutual Insurance Home safe home? That’s not always the case. American homes are the second most common location for serious accidents, right behind automobiles, with young children and the elderly being most at risk. Here are the top five causes of accidents in the home according
A message from Liberty Mutual Insurance We’ve all heard how a new car’s value depreciates the moment you drive off the lot. So it may seem counter-intuitive to think of your car as a financial investment. However, a little effort along the way can pay substantial dividends down the road.
January is when goals run rampant and we are saturated with resolutions to do better this year. As a financial institution, it’s our priority to help you make the most out of your money. Which is why we’ve resolved to assist you in becoming Financially Fit this year! Follow our
With cold weather comes the need to be extra careful on the road. Snow and ice on roads and reduced visibility from winter precipitation make driving potentially hazardous. Brush up on these winter driving safety tips to avoid trouble. 1. Watch the weather. One way that drivers can limit their
by Tara Frazier When it comes to buying a new car, you can prepare, but you don’t really know what to expect until you do it. Here are some of the realities that first-time car buyers face. Negotiations Can Be Tricky. Many people are intimidated by the process of finding
by Tara Frazier It’s not always easy to keep your little ones safe around the house, but these simple baby-proofing tips can help. Better still, each one can be performed using everyday household objects. Worried about slamming doors and pinched fingers? Pool noodles make great door stoppers. Cut a 6-inch
by Tara Frazier Moving into a new house is a major life change. After packing and unpacking your belongings, there’s still a lot of work to be done. Follow this checklist for common tasks every new homeowner should do: Change the locks. The old owners have handed over the keys.
by Tara Frazier Outdoor grilling goes hand-in-hand with summertime fun. So it’s easy to forget that open flames pose serious fire hazards. Here are a few grilling tips for keeping the flames under the burgers, where they belong. Keep the grilling area clear of hazards. Make sure your grill is