Category: Financial Advice

Should I apply for a retail credit card?

For starters, a retail store credit card is a physical charg


Consumers with low credit scores may soon have a way to boos

4 Financial New Year's Resolutions

It’s a situation familiar to many Americans: After indulgi

Smart Checking Program

CCCS of Rochester has been partnering with financial instit

Protect your Identity

Identity Theft is quickly becoming one of the most organized

Tuition-Free Degree Program: The Excelsior Scholarship

Recently, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the Excelsior scho

Tips for Retirement

Here are a few tips to consider at different phases of life

How Many Credit Scores Do I Have?

Often we hear from our clients that they checked their credi

Getting out of Debt in 2017

Getting out of Debt in 2017 The holidays have come and gone

Saving for Summer Vacation

During the summer no one wants to stay inside. To ensure tha

Breadwinner Moms, Make the Call

When you just can’t seem to get out from under your bi

Don't Let Debt Keep You Down, Soldier

Struggling with debt is bad enough – whether you’re a ve

Pooled Trust

A pooled trust is a trust established and administered by a

What's in your Credit Score?


Do Credit Checks really hurt your Credit Score?

Do credit checks really hurt your credit score? Have you ev

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