The term “inflation” has been circulating in the headlines and on the news for some time now and, unfortunately, doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Put simply, inflation is described as an increase in prices coupled with a decrease in the purchasing power of money.
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The rise in demand for goods, coupled with supply shortages, are causing consumers to see higher school supply prices than in previous years. Here are four tips to help you save money on school supplies this year.
Many families find purchasing a vacation home ideal. With the security of having lodging available, there’s less planning required, and you’re able to visit as often and for as long as you’d like. Similar to other big purchases, there's still some things you'll need to consider before you make the decision to buy.
How were you affected by the pandemic? As we look back at how things were a year ago, here are three financial takeaways from pandemic.
David Frederick, Director of Client Success and Advice at First Bank, discusses saving for retirement during different stages of life in this month's Wealth Management video.
Marriage changes everything, especially finances. Shared love, shared lives, and shared bank accounts can be the foundation of a prosperous life for newlyweds.