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Twists on the 52 Week Savings Challenge Finally Make Saving Easy

It’s no secret that many Americans struggle with saving. In fact, this BankRate survey found that only 37% of respondents could pay for a $500 - $1,000 unexpected expense with the money in their...

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Holiday Hours

As the holiday season approaches, we would like to wish you and your family a very safe and happy holiday season.  We would also like to let you know about our holiday hours for the Christmas and New...

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Saving Money: Where should you be at age 30?

Saving for the future is vital for your financial well-being. Whether you’re preparing to make a large purchase, contributing towards retirement, or simply establishing an emergency fund, saving money...

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How to Use a Credit Card to Improve your Credit Score

Using credit cards wisely is one of the best ways to gradually improve your credit and increase your credit score. However, using credit cards to build credit is only recommended if you are able to...

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Top 9 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans in Less Time

The average college graduate in 2016 owes a staggering $37,172 in student loan debt. This debt can hinder reaching financial milestones like buying a home or saving properly for retirement, which...

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23 Ways to Make More Money and Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

The secret to making more money doesn’t always lie in a specific career path or by paying for a college degree. Sometimes your financial woes can’t be solved simply by decreasing your spending....

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How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt: One Lump Sum vs. Monthly Payments

Did you know that 38.1% of all American households carry some form of credit card debt? This debt can weigh heavily on your credit score, making it more difficult to qualify for loans with desirable...

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When is the Right Time to Buy a Car?

The prospect of buying a car can be exciting. However, it can be easy to get so caught-up in the idea of a new car that you overlook if it is the right financial decision for you. There’s more factors...

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New vs. Used Cars: Which Vehicle is Right for You?

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, you have an abundance of options. In 2015 alone, 17.5 million cars were sold from dealerships across the country. With a rise in the amount of buyers since...

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How to Find the Right Mortgage for You

The most common type of mortgage is the conventional 30 year, fixed-rate mortgage - but there are plenty of other options out there that will cater to your specific financial needs. Learn about the...

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