June 22, 2016

The Impact of Rising Rates on You

By James Behr Jr & Christopher Paleologus

On June 15th, the U.S. Federal Reserve, commonly referred to as the Fed, made the decision to maintain the federal funds rate of 0.25-0.50%. The Fed cited slow economic growth, low inflation rates, a possible British exit from the European Union (“Brexit”), and a high unemployment report for May. The Federal Reserve has been in […]

READ     |     Reading time: 9 minutes

July 18, 2014

The Importance of Building Good Credit

By Justin Capetola

Credit history is one of the most important aspects of a person’s financial life. Your credit history is the driving force behind the ability and cost of obtaining a mortgage to buy a home, financing the purchase of a new car, securing a loan to start a business, or simply obtaining a credit card. A […]

READ     |     Reading time: 9 minutes