Category Archives: Personal Finance

Taking Baby Steps to Eliminating Your Debt

As of 2015, the average American with credit card debt owes $15,762 – and that’s just credit. Auto loans, student loans, and mortgages add thousands of dollars and years of repayment to your personal finances. However, debt doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Once you have made the commitment to work towards financial freedom, […]

How-To Protect Your Identity During Spring Break

Protecting your personal identity is a vital part of maintaining a successful financial future. With spring break in full swing and summer approaching, there are some important safety tips to keep in mind during your upcoming travels! Enjoy these top five online security pointers courtesy of FNB Fox Valley.   1. Use only verified secure […]

Get Your Financial Education Started!

Throughout the month of April, the United States celebrates Financial Literacy Month. In efforts to catapult our nation’s level of financial knowledge, April has become the catalyst to help children and adults alike, learn the in’s and out’s of their personal finances. With topics ranging from budgeting, lending, saving, and beyond, this month offers an […]