Manage Consumer Credit (and Relieve Debt Overwhelm)

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH Whether traveling, buying an automobile, eating out at a restaurant, or shopping online, you’re most likely familiar with using credit. In fact, with 70% of the United States population carrying at least one credit card, people in this country are making more purchases using credit than ever before. Americans have an average…

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What Does the Infrastructure Bill Mean for You?

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GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH Last week, one of the largest federal infrastructure packages in United States history became law after months of debate and negotiation.  The sweeping bill called the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, allocates $1.2 trillion in funding for roads and bridges, public transit, electric energy, broadband internet, clean drinking water,…

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3 Business Management Tips That Will Reduce Your Stress

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH Are you feeling overwhelmed by the pressures of managing your business?  You’re not alone. Business management is not easy, regardless of whether you’re an experienced owner or a new entrepreneur. In fact, in some ways, managing a small business can be just as challenging as running a Fortune 500…

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Is an HSA (Health Savings Account) right for you?

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH It’s no secret: healthcare in the United States is expensive.  From health insurance premiums to deductibles, co-pays, and out-of-pocket expenses, medical costs in this country have been rising for decades.  In 2019, U.S. healthcare spending reached $3.8 trillion. That works out to a staggering $11,582 per person, or nearly 18% of…

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How Does the Health Insurance Marketplace Work in 2021?

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH If you ever feel like the health insurance marketplace is challenging to understand, you’re not alone. A 2019 Polygenius survey found that health insurance confusion is growing in America, with vast majorities of respondents uncertain about enrollment dates, the availability of financial aid, and whether there is still a…

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