Remember when people named their pets “Fido,” or “Fluffy,” or simply “Fred?” Some people undoubtedly still use these names, but others are turning to more exotic ones like “Sir Hog Knucklehead.” No, that wasn’t a typo.
Two things jump out from some recent back-to-school shopping research: 1. People are planning to spend less this year and; 2: Your neighbors likely think you are spending too much.
Whether you’re interested in developing a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, taking a look at your credit report, buying a home, or planning for your financial future, Peach State Federal Credit Union wants to help. That’s why we’ve partnered with the BALANCE Financial Fitness Program to provide access to free and confidential financial counseling and education. The experts at BALANCE can help you identify the areas that need the most attention, then recommend just what you need to achieve your financial goals.
Given the fierce competition for jobs these days, it may be tempting to exaggerate a bit on your resume – or even tell whopper lies. But a new survey finds that most employers have caught these lies on applicants’ resumes.
Does life begin once the kids leave for college? It’s certainly a time of adjustment for parents, and a new study finds that many “empty nesters” adjust by traveling, visiting friends and otherwise pampering themselves.
This week, we’re excited to share another guest blog post from Nerd Wallet. To learn more about Peach State Federal Credit Union auto loans, visit our web site!
Before buying a new car, spend some time comparing auto loan options. After all, the wrong decision could cost you thousands of dollars in interest. You may find credit unions offer the least expensive financing. Continue Reading…
A recent survey of chief information officers (CIOs) provides some sage advice for recent grads looking to start careers in the tech sector.
Home prices have continued rising across the country despite a slowdown in real estate activity going into 2014. The latest data from June showed that the trend continued into the summer.
Property information provider CoreLogic said that its June CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI) report showed that home prices increased 7.5% in June 2014 compared to June 2013. This included data from distressed sales, which include short sales and real estate owned (REO) transactions.
As unemployment continues its rollercoaster ride, many Americans are continuing to search for work, but competition is fierce! Some people are naturals when it comes to interviews, immediately creating a bond with the interviewer and building a rapport that makes the interviewee memorable and attractive to an employer. But, first you have to have a resume that stands out enough to get the call for the interview… Here are a few simple tips for making your resume attractive to potential employers.
Today’s children are often “scheduled” to the point where many fear they become stressed out. Some new research suggests that these worries may be justified.