Millennial Money: How to pick a socially responsible bank
It has never been easier to open a bank account, especially with the spread of online services, but there has also never been so much choice about where to put your money. If you’re overwhelmed by your banking options, think about your ability to shape social change with your money. Now is a great time to consider becoming a customer at a socially responsible bank.
Kennewick duplex plan offers open & comfortable living
EUGENE, ORE. – The Kennewick is a striking and practical duplex plan designed to cater to modern living. This unique residence offers two mirror units, each boasting a spacious 1,529 square feet of well-designed space. With three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a convenient 1 car garage, this duplex combines functionality and elegance.
3 ways to pay for your summer vacation
A summer vacation can feel like a seasonal rite of passage — a sacred time to break away from the demands of everyday life in favor of fun and relaxation.
Legal-Ease: Be careful to avoid paying parents’ nursing home bill
Nursing homes and other long-term care providers are a crucial part of our society. Their solvency and continued existence is necessary in our lives where, unlike our ancestors, senior family members typically no longer “move in” with their adult children when the senior members who need care for day-to-day living are unable to independently care for themselves.
Ranch style Marcus is the perfect family home plan
EUGENE, ORE. – As soon as you pull up to the Marcus, a charming 2,040 square foot, one-story ranch house plan, you can immediately feel the warmth emanating from it. The brick wainscot and the neatly landscaped front yard with a small porch and a double door entrance make for a welcoming sight.
Reghan Winkler: How to handle a credit data breach
A recent data breach has affected individuals in our area. Local consumers have been receiving a letter from NationsBenefits, LLC providing detailed information about a recent data breach and the steps taken to address the issue.
Banks face regulatory scrutiny over interest-rate risks
U.S. regulators are ratcheting up oversight efforts across the banking system as they lack the ability to quickly overhaul rules to blunt turmoil that’s already collapsed four mid-sized lenders.
Legal-Ease: How wills and probate work upon death
Probate is the administrative process used to move official ownership of a deceased person’s possessions, known as assets, to other people. When someone dies having signed a valid will, the probate process is called “testate,” and the process is called “intestate” when there is no will.
5 tips to tackle a home remodel in an uncertain economy
Spring is kickoff season for many kitchen remodels, bathroom updates and deck repairs, but recent economic turmoil may have homeowners questioning their home improvement plans.
Trying to time the stock market? Read this first
Timing the market refers to buying securities when the price is low and selling them when the price is high. Trying to time the market can be tempting because it might seem like you can make a lot of money, but it’s not without risks.