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Are We There Yet? 4 Budget-Friendly Vacation Spots in the Buckeye State

Alex Noga Alex Noga Are We There Yet? 4 Budget-Friendly Vacation Spots in the Buckeye State

Summer is open! As COVID-19 health mandates begin to lift, friends and families are jumping at the chance to take a summer trip. Big city vacations and beach getaways are always fun, but did you know there are some awesome places in Ohio that won’t burn a hole in your wallet? Here’s a list of […]

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Give It a Boost: 4 Upgrades That Will Add Value to Your Home

Alex Noga Alex Noga Give It a Boost: 4 Upgrades That Will Add Value to Your Home

If I could name one industry that has truly exploded because of the pandemic, it has been real estate. Homes are going into contract only hours after being on the market; they’re selling for tens of thousands of dollars above asking price; and the amount of inventory is at a record low. All realtors will […]

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Grab the Duster and Spring Clean Those Finances

Alex Noga Alex Noga Grab the Duster and Spring Clean Those Finances

Spring has sprung! And while many people begin to tackle spring cleaning in their homes, there might be other areas in your life that deserve some TLC too. Yes, we’re talking about finances. We’ve compiled a list of tips that can help you declutter and re-organize your financial life. Just like a good dusting or […]

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COVID & Cash Back: How Credit Cards are Helping Americans During the Pandemic

Alex Noga Alex Noga COVID & Cash Back: How Credit Cards are Helping Americans During the Pandemic

It could be said that credit cards have always been somewhat controversial in the financial industry: they can either build your credit or destroy it, help pay off debt or dig you further in debt, give you rewards or pummel you with crazy interest rates.  But in the year of COVID-19, credit card companies have […]

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Tax Tips: Everything You Want to Know for the 2020 Tax Season

Alex Noga Alex Noga Tax Tips: Everything You Want to Know for the 2020 Tax Season

You could say that the year 2020 was like a bull in a China shop. Businesses were forced to close, parents became teachers to their now “homeschooled” children, and working from home became the new norm. But what does all of this have to do with your taxes? Depending on your particular situation, there might […]

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2021 – The Year for Homeowners

Alex Noga Alex Noga 2021 – The Year for Homeowners

Low Interest Rates, Big Savings

2020 may have been the year of the pandemic, but 2021 is the year for current and prospective homeowners. Whether you’re looking to relocate, buy your first home or refinance, there is no better time than now. The period of COVID-19 has presented some new and hopeful opportunities in the housing market. While you may […]

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Holiday Game Plan: Operation Budgeting and Saving

Alex Noga Alex Noga Holiday Game Plan: Operation Budgeting and Saving

Tips on not overspending this holiday season and getting a head start on 2021 saving

This year has been one of many ups and downs in all areas of life, and that kind of unpredictability can put a damper on the saving goals that were set at the beginning of 2020. Now, the holiday season has snuck up on us, and many people are currently in full financial panic mode […]

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