A Crash Course in Employee Benefits

by Jhonell Campbell 20. August 2015
As graduation season comes to a close there are many young adults such as myself, getting ready to enter the work force. As a recent graduate it can be difficult to decipher the various types of benefits offered by employers and whether or not you are getting a fair offer. The following is a list of some of the benefits traditionally offered by employers to help give you a head start on understanding your benefits package: Pension Plans You may choose to contribute a portion of your income (usua... [More]

4 Things I Wish I Knew before Buying My First Home

by Sara Seeger 2. April 2015
Purchasing a home is a big deal. Many times, a house is the most costly and valuable asset an individual can own. Many people understand that taking out a home mortgage means taking on a huge amount of debt, but what happens after you sign the papers? As someone who purchased a house two years ago, I wish I would have thought about these four things before I took the plunge. Work, Work, Work Owning a home is a lot of work. If something breaks, you don’t have a landlord, maintenance team, o... [More]

Quick Tips for Staging Your Home to Sell

by Sara Seeger 10. March 2015
There are a number of attributes that can help a house sell, such as location, updates, size, and proximity to renowned schools, just to name a few. However, you have little to no control over many of these things when you go to sell your home. What you can control is how your house looks when it's on the market. Once you place your house on the market, you are ultimately selling a product, so it is important that your product looks and feels as appealing and comfortable as possible. Here are fi... [More]


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