Welcome to Making Cents of it All: Financial Tips from MHV. Here you'll find simple, easy to implement suggestions on how to save money and make smart financial decisions that could add up to big bucks.
Guest Contributor, MHV Mortgage Originator, Bill Walsh simplifies the new TILA/RESPA Integrated Mortgage Disclosure Rule, also know as TRID, when it comes to your mortgage closing in this month's article.
This month we feature an article from Tammy Greynolds at AmericaSaves.org. Learn how to strategize your savings to cover big purchases from the important things you need and those you just want.
Learn how to shop smart when it comes to setting up your small business office space with 5 easy tips to help you save money.
While many people increase their commitment to investing and retirement saving between the ages of 40 and 60, they may fall prey to some common money blunders and inaccurate financial assumptions that can last into retirement. Our MHV Investment & Retirement Representatives can help you identify if you are making these common mid-life money errors and how to fix them before it's too late.
Becoming a new parent is an exciting time. That little bundle of joy doesn't have to come with a bundle of financial worries. With just a little bit of preparation, you can get your newly expanded family on the right track to financial success.
Spend your next vacation relaxing instead of worrying about your finances with a little bit of planning. Cait Klien from Nerdwallet.com gives you some great advice when it comes to saving for a vacation.
Don't set yourself up for new home heart break. Learn how a mortgage originator can help you avoid falling in love with a home you can't afford.
Learn how simple steps now could be the best investment in your financial future when it comes to preventing heart disease and all the healthcare costs that come with it.
Learn how to get your kids interested in investing through their favorite brands in this month's article.
The most confusing part of dealing with credit card debt is the monthly statement. The only part of it that's easy to understand is the "payment due" – and that's just the way credit card companies seem to like it. In truth, there's a lot of information on there that can empower you as a consumer. You owe it to yourself to do the homework and find the best deal for your money.
Fighting FOMO is a serious challenge. It may be best to fight fire with fire and think about what you might be missing out on in the future. Let's look at three ways you can use the Fear Of Missing Out to feed your financial future — rather than your financial fears.
Sarah Kenney is the Marketing Communications Specialist for MHV.