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Before you shift gears and buy a vehicle, there are multiple factors to consider…
Debt is money borrowed by one party from another. As scary as it may seem, sometimes it’s necessary to make large purchases such as a home or college education.
Homeownership is a large, but rewarding investment. Before taking the plunge, it’s best to prepare yourself as much as possible to make your path to owning a home easier.
When you purchase a new (or new to you) vehicle, there are many things to consider. Use this article as a guide through the first year of owning your new ride and find out how you can start preparing for your next one.
Like your home, it’s a good idea to seasonally “deep-clean” your credit history… clean everything that is dirty, fix what’s broken, and polish what you have.
Identity theft can take many forms and happens multiple ways. This type of fraud can negatively impact your credit score, drain your accounts, and make it difficult to qualify for new credit or services if undetected.
Preparing for a new little one can be an exciting experience, yet it can also cause some financial anxiety. Use this guide as a resource to help prepare if you are planning on expanding your family or are expecting a baby.
Learning to budget properly can be one of the most challenging, yet necessary tasks in adulthood. Fortunately, there are ways to break down a budget and create a spending plan that will help you become more financially empowered.
Living within your means and sticking to a spending plan can be easier said than done. Check out these six ways to save money while staying in control of your finances.
Coping with the death of a loved one can be a very difficult time. Closing accounts, settling debts, and finalizing the estate can all cause anxiety for a grieving family. CoVantage understands, and we encourage you to utilize this guide as a resource to alleviate some of this stress.
Every day you make decisions that guide you down your financial path. If you’re unsure of which choices you should make with your money, you are not alone.
Whether you are buying your first home, dream home, retirement home or second home, it is an exciting time, and often the largest investment you’ll ever make.
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