You already know financial guidance is a must, but can we talk about it like real people? Go Off the Trail with MHV and join us as we host the kinds of conversations you wish you could have with your financial advisor: relatable, down-to-earth, and sometimes even funny. Leave your glossary of banking terms at the door, when we go Off the Trail money matters make sense.
First Job? Here Are Your Tax Answers.
No matter when you enter the workforce, understanding taxes is one of the most confusing parts of your first job. Host Mariclare Cranston sits down with Thomas Lindgren, CPA, to get you some answers to the tax questions everybody has.
Fitness, Stress, and Money!
We know physical activity helps reduce stress, right? But...getting started with fitness can cause more stress in and of itself. Let's talk about embracing physical activity, how to make it work for you, and why it can help you with your money.
Top Tips for Small Business Owners
How has growing a business changed? What finance options are available? Are there certain things you should outsource? What financial mistakes should I avoid? In this episode Michael Mattone, VP Community Impact at MHV joins us to share the top small business tips every owner needs to hear.
The Truth About Improving Your Credit Score
Want the hard truth about improving your credit score? There's no quick fix, but there are some steps you can take to get the solid score you need. In this episode, we're joined by Aaron Lindo, Consumer Loan Underwriter at MHV. He's giving you the expert scoop on improving your credit score.
Microsaving: Small Steps to Big Balances
You've probably heard this advice: save 3-6 months' worth of expenses in your Savings Account. And if you're like a lot people, you felt immediately overwhelmed because...that's a pretty big number. The good news? Microsaving. Tiny little deposits that:
Build the habit of savingAdd up to a decent balance in your Savings AccountTune in to find out how to start, why it works, and things to avoid.
This is How You Find Control of Your Life
If 2020 taught us anything, it's that we don't control nearly as much as we think we do. And that can feel frustrating and scary. In this episode, we're joined by Lauree Ostrofsky, owner of Simply Leap and founder of Hudson Valley Women in Business. Lauree walks us through why we try to control others, what we can focus on to get grounded again, and some mindset shifts we need to make to set ourselves up for success.