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Tips for Last Minute Holiday Shoppers

  • November 18th, 2020

Some people are experts at the Holiday shopping. They start shopping for Christmas at the beginning of the New Year, searching for deals year-round. They hide away gifts in closets and attics, ready for the holidays well in advance. On…

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5 Smart Money Moves to Make This Holiday Season

  • November 4th, 2020

As the leaves begin to change color, it's time to start thinking about your year-end money strategy. The fall and winter holidays are here. Use the following strategies to make the rest of the year count.   Clean out your…

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Saving Money When You Don’t Have Much

  • October 16th, 2020

Many Americans struggle financially, living paycheck to paycheck, hoping they have enough to cover all their bills at the end of the month. Life is easier if you have a cash cushion or an emergency fund, but how do you…

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International Credit Union Day

  • September 29th, 2020

 On Oct. 15, 2020, credit union members around the world will celebrate International Credit Union Day®, an annual event to commemorate the credit union movement’s impact and achievements. This year marks the 72nd anniversary.  Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that provide…

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Budgeting Tips

  • September 17th, 2020

Whether you’re planning your first budget or re-evaluating your current one, the helpful tips below will set you up for success by changing the way you look at budgeting. It doesn’t matter if you manage your budget on your smartphone…

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Emergency Fund – Start Small, Think Big

  • September 2nd, 2020

Many people wonder how they can build an emergency fund when they’re trying to pay off their debts. The strategy is to start small, change a few habits, and change your mindset. If you're starting from scratch with your emergency…

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Job Security Tips

  • August 19th, 2020

The current economic climate is making many people unsure about their job security. The best way to deal with uncertainty is to control what you can. Be proactive, not reactive. If you suspect your job may be eliminated, here are…

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Are You Spending Too Much on Groceries?

  • August 6th, 2020

How many times have you checked out at the grocery and were surprised by the total? It's easy to let our grocery bill get too big if we're not careful. Yes, food prices have gone up for certain items lately…

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Prepare Financially If Facing Job Loss 

  • July 1st, 2020

During this time of difficulty and uncertainty, one must be prepared for anything. One of that being loss of job. It can be even more stressful considering that we are in a pandemic. Not only is your health in jeopardy,…

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Refinance Your Home

  • June 17th, 2020

You might be one of many Americans who could benefit from refinancing your home.  About 3 million borrowers could save at least $200 a month by refinancing. By refinancing and locking in a better rate on your loan, you could…

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Identity Theft Resolutions

  • June 4th, 2020

Stay vigilant and protect your financial information. If you are a victim of identity theft, take these steps immediately:  Place a fraud alert on your credit reports, ask for a free copy of your credit report, and review those reports…

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Financial Tips for Turbulent Times

  • May 20th, 2020

Whether you're an older worker with seemingly few options to recoup significant investment losses, or a younger worker with minimal or no investment savings at all, don't let a difficult financial climate scare you by not taking any action at…

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