News & Notes

News & Notes

  • Knocking Down Debt

    Dec 03, 2018 | Read More >
    blog_debtChances are, over the holidays you opened a few store credit cards to take advantage of in-house specials. It’s great to get that discount, but if you leave balances on those cards, you’re paying high interest rates. (One popular department store, for instance, charges 27.24% APR.) We’d like to help you knock down that debt more quickly.
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    • Financial Tips
    • Financial Wellness
    • Blog
  • A Budget Breakdown for Financial Wellness

    Dec 03, 2018 | Read More >
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    Are you spending your money on the right things? From transportation to entertainment, to the amount of debt you’re carrying, comparing your expenses to what’s recommended may highlight areas for change. We’ve created a handy, interactive pie chart to help you with the process.

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    • Financial Wellness
    • Financial Tips
    • Blog
  • 5 Ways to Up Your Money Game in 2019

    Dec 03, 2018 | Read More >
    Financial_WellnessBy now, most people have made their resolutions for self-improvement in the new year. While the most popular resolutions tend to focus on physical health, the start of a new year is also a perfect time to prioritize your financial wellness. Ready to get started? Here we go!
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    • Financial Wellness
    • Financial Tips
    • Blog
  • Help Your Kids Save: 3 Effective tips for Raising Money-Smart Children

    Apr 19, 2018 | Read More >
    Savings for kidsWhen it comes to teaching kids about saving money, it helps to focus on one important concept: the future. Most children don’t have long-term plans for their cash. When they get money, they want to spend it all right away.
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    • Financial Tips
    • Financial Wellness
  • Spring Clean Your Finances this Month

    Mar 19, 2018 | Read More >
    Spring Clean Your FinancesApril is Financial Literacy Month! As you go about your spring cleaning, make a mental note to spruce up your finances too. If you do this each year, you’ll develop a healthy habit! Read on for five quick tips to get you started.
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    • Financial Wellness
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