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Bad Money Habits and How to Fix Them

  • January 21, 2020

Learning how to use money wisely is an essential skill that isn’t always taught to us as children. Some of us pick up bad money habits on our journey to adulthood. Often, we’re just not being mindful of where our…

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Emergency Savings Starter Kit

  • January 14, 2020

An emergency savings account is an excellent way to protect you from life’s inevitable surprises, like an unexpected home repair, medical bill, or if you lose your job. Building an emergency savings account is easier if you automate your savings.…

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Easy Way to Save – Pack a Lunch

  • January 9, 2020

Saving money can be difficult for some people. They feel like there just isn’t enough to spare at the end of the month to put into a savings account. But by making small changes to your spending habits, you’ll see…

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6 Ways to Get Financially Fit in 2020

  • November 19, 2019

About half of Americans make New Year's resolutions each January, but only about 20% of people keep them. Getting into shape and achieving financial goals are among the most popular resolutions. (Statista.com) While we can’t help you reach your ideal…

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Do You Have Enough Life Insurance?

  • September 26, 2019

Who isn’t looking for ways to scrimp and save these days? But when you’re facing immediate expenses, it’s tempting to put off paying for seemingly remote needs, such as life insurance.  Only 59% of U.S. adults have life insurance as…

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Seven Ways College Students Waste Money

  • August 28, 2019

Going to college is expensive, no doubt about it. Between textbooks, tuition, housing, utilities, and maintaining a social life, managing your money can be challenging. So, here are a few habits to avoid if you want to save more of…

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10 Ways to Save on Back-to-School Shopping

  • July 25, 2019

According to the National Retail Federation, the average American household spends $685 on back-to-school shopping for children in elementary through high school and $943 for young people going to college. Here are 10 ways to save this fall and throughout…

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Parents, We Can Fill the Gap

  • July 18, 2019

Parents of college students are feeling the pinch. The gap—between the ever-increasing costs of higher education and the steadily declining amount of financial aid and loans available—keeps getting wider. As you piece together the aid you'll need, start with your…

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Financial Safeguards for Single Parents

  • July 8, 2019

Single parents face the same financial challenges that two-parent families do, but they typically have less time and money to work with. Though the thought of making ends meet and achieving financial goals on one income may be daunting, you…

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Understand Your Summer Paycheck

  • June 18, 2019

Ever wonder what happens to the money in your paychecks from your summer job? You'll soon find out that you're not the only one who has claims on what you earn! Example: You work 25 hours over a two-week pay…

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