The holidays are right around the corner. Are you ready for the biggest season of gift-giving? If you’re looking to get started on Black Friday, we’ve got a few tips to help you make the most of your shopping spree:
It’s no secret: the cost of a higher education is continually rising. Yet students continue to attend and graduate from college every year. Are you wondering how they – and their parents – managed to make it happen?
As college students across the nation graduate and start their careers, financial responsibility should be a top priority. We have identified six traps that could hinder new college graduates from securing their financial future.
Horizon wants to ensure that workers across the country know about the advantages of this tax credit. We want to make sure you’re aware of this opportunity to get money back from the government when you do your taxes this year.
If you or one of your family members is planning to begin college in the next year, this is a good time to start looking into scholarships to help fund higher education.
As millennials juggle a multitude of responsibilities -- from school, to work, to planning for major life events --the American Bankers Association is highlighting eight banking tips to help them secure a financially sound future.
With a new school year underway, many parents of youngsters are looking ahead to the future — to a year when autumn will bring the start of college. And to the concerns about paying for an advanced education once their kids complete high school.
The best financial lessons are part of everyday experience. Look for opportunities to talk to your children about money.
Summer wedding season is in full swing and newlyweds will soon be managing their finances as a pair. Horizon is encouraging couples to waste no time addressing how they will handle money issues as spouses and financial partners.
It’s that time of year again: Stores are loading up their back-to-school shelves, and reminding you of all the things your kids need.