Author - Kimberly J. Howard, CFP®, CRPC®, ADPA®

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Handling Your Credit Cards
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Get Debt Free Faster
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Boosting Your Credit Score
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Credit Scores 101
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We’re Getting Married – Should We Join Our Accounts?

Handling Your Credit Cards

Most people have credit cards. Your credit score matters, so don’t take it for granted. And if it is low, here are ways to give it a turbo boost. The most commonly used credit score is from FICO, and it … Continue reading Read More

Get Debt Free Faster

The most vulnerable area of your finance is your debt that you owe to your creditors. Until and unless you can get out of it, your chances of having a healthy financial future are slim to none. Clearing off all … Continue reading Read More

Boosting Your Credit Score

Each time you whip out your credit card, your purchase and how and when you pay it off contribute to your credit score. That score can determine – or wreck – your ability to buy big-ticket items such as homes. … Continue reading Read More

Credit Scores 101

Most people have credit cards. Your credit score matters, so don’t take it for granted. And if it is low, here are ways to give it a turbo boost. The most commonly used credit score is from FICO, and it … Continue reading Read More

We’re Getting Married – Should We Join Our Accounts?

Money is one of the biggest stressors in a relationship. There’s no one right way to handle finances in marriage, and the best choice is ultimately what works for you and your spouse. Although some of us want to go into a marriage sharing everything, smart financial planning actually dictates that you don’t have to… and in many cases shouldn’t. Here’s a system many couples start with.

Three pots

In the “three pots” system, each spouse contributes money to one money “pot” for household expenses, and his or her own “pot” for individual expenses. No one gives up their independence …

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