Big Print Blog

Why are we calling this blog "Big Print"?

Because we want to shed some light on the small print you see in financial documents. By pulling back the curtain on how a credit card company really works, we can work together to be better.

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Take a moment to think back to your childhood. Can you remember your first real lesson about money? Did it involve sorting fake do... Read more

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Many 401(k) plans offer the option of taking out a loan against the account. This provides participants with some flexibility shou... Read more

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Ready to make some big changes to your financial future? Here are great ways to help you get started. Read more

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When asked about having a Will (or a Last Will and Testament), many people respond that it is not a priority, they are too young o... Read more

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If your employer offers a sponsored retirement savings plan or401(k), it’s important to know what your contribution options are an... Read more

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Getting a mortgage is a major financial milestone. While most mortgage rates are lower than other forms of debt, a mortgage is usu... Read more

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Money can be viewed as a source of joy and security — or discord and scarcity—with a range of emotions in between. When best utili... Read more