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The Ultimate Guide To Saving During The Holidays

The holidays themselves are an ultimate Catch-22; you’ve never been invited to more events, parties and get-togethers, but you’ve also never been more conscious of how little cash you have to spend ...
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Scams and Risks Of Using Cash Apps

Today, cash transfer apps like Venmo, Square’s Cash App and PayPal are making it easier than ever to transfer money – in just a few swipes you can quickly transfer funds to a friend, split a lunch ...
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Insider Advice – Employees Share Money Tips, Tricks & Hacks

When it comes to managing our money – like saving more and spending less – there’s always room for improvement. Our employees help members every day with money-related questions and issues, so we ...
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How To: Caring for Your Winter Lawn

With so many people moving to the Valley from the Midwest and East Coast, it’s no surprise these transplants crave the look of the lush, green lawn they remember from their hometowns. But putting in ...
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Vegan, Organic Food: What Are The Costs Of Healthy Eating?

The alternative meat and organic food industry has exploded. Now you can get soy slices to put in sandwiches, mock chicken nuggets, hickory BBQ riblets, soy burgers and more. But eating healthy food ...
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Gen Z & Gen Alpha Money Habits That Might Surprise You

In 2020, members of Gen Z, the Zoomer generation (born 1999-2009), and members of Gen Alpha (born 2010 or later), earned $272 billion through allowances, paid tasks or gifts.  With children home due ...
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How To Improve Your Credit Score To Qualify For A Mortgage

When you’re planning to buy a home, getting a mortgage requires special attention. The mortgage you end up with might be the biggest debt transaction of your life, and getting the best interest rate ...
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Steps To Get Your Life Back On Track If You’re Stuck

Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought to yourself, “Wow, I thought I’d be further ahead by now.” If you have, you’re not alone. Today, wealth coach and certified financial planner Therese ...
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5 Tips For Preparing A Post-College Budget

After leaving college, it usually means the start of a new job, student loan debt to pay off, new living arrangements to pay for and other new expenses to cover.  If you’ve been working with a budget ...
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