Home Buying, Credit Card and Life Insurance Expert
Tiffany Patterson has a BA in Political Science from Temple University and an MBA from La Salle University Business School with a concentration in Finance. She is an expert on topics including home buying, life insurance and credit cards. She believes how we treat our finances can have a lasting impact on our lives for years to come. Tiffany loves researching and writing on topics that will help readers lead better lives.
Posts by Tiffany Patterson:
Separating from your spouse can mean suffering a heavy emotional and financial toll. You may be wondering how to protect your 401(k) in a divorce. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can protect your retirement savings during a divorce. As you explore your options, you might also want to find a financial advisor who can guide you through protecting your assets a divorce. Read more
A number of recent reports suggest that a millennial housing boom could be on the horizon. In the past, multiple factors – including stagnant wages and heavy student loan burdens – have kept many people between the ages of 18 and 34 out of the housing market. As the economy continues to improve, we might begin to see more millennial first-time homebuyers in the coming years. Read more
One of the most complicated decisions you will likely make concerning your home mortgage will be which lender to choose. Today there are hordes of mortgage lenders eager and ready to accept your loan application. But just because a lender accepts your application doesn’t mean it’s the right deal for you. Since you’ll likely be saddled with this mortgage for years to come, it’s important to make sure you shop around and choose the best mortgage lender for your needs. Here are five tips for picking the right mortgage lender. Read more
Starting a new relationship can be a fun and exciting time. Whether you have just decided to see your partner exclusively, recently made the decision to move into together or even gotten recently… Read more
We’ve all heard the statistic that says the primary cause of divorce is financial. It takes more than love to keep a marriage intact, and unfortunately, many people don’t realize that until it’s too… Read more