Posts Tagged ‘Budget’

Personal Finance Tips for Younger Employees

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

If you are just starting out, the world of personal finance can seem daunting. In particular, saving for a home or planning for retirement may seem like dreams too distant in the future to tackle now. However, there are some relatively quick and painless things you can do now...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Proper Credit Card Usage

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

By Drew Aunon, Associate Given that credit card debt in our nation has been increasing at an alarming rate, it is more important than ever to freshen up on your knowledge of proper credit card selection and usage. As much as we don’t want to admit, a lot of...

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Managing Retirement Concerns

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

By Mark Jensen, Associate Clients often come to us at Washington Financial Group because they are trying to manage retirement concerns. This is certainly understandable because so many others struggle with this same issue. So in order to address this subject and help others, I decided to write this...

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Should I Pay Off My Student Loan or Save?

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

By Drew Aunon, Associate So you just walked across the stage, shook the dean’s hand, received your diploma, flipped your tassel from right to left, and have your dream job lined up… things are moving fast! The only thing slowing you down? Student loan debt. If you find yourself...

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How Do I Create a Monthly Budget for my Household?

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

In my family, I’m considered the “money” guy.  Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean I’m the one with all the money, I’m just the one that people come to when they have questions about money. Usually, my initial question to them is, “Where do you spend your money?” In my 20...

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