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You Are Receiving a Stimulus Check – Now What?
The Internal Revenue Service will begin sending stimulus checks soon. You probably already have determined if you will be receiving one and how much it will be. But have you figured out how you are going to spend it?
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Set Financial Goals as Your New Year's Resolution
Now is the time of year when people start to set their New Year’s resolutions. Why not make your goals work for you and have a healthier financial year?
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Save for Emergencies
Are you one of the 66 percent of Americans who have sufficient emergency funds?
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Paying Off Your Debt
Debt can become a big issue for individuals and families. Creating a debt-reduction plan is a great way to write out your goals and allow you to see how much you spend and where you spend it.
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Set a Back-to-school Budget
The start of the new school year is just around the corner.
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Six Simple Steps to Jump-start Your Emergency Fund
Saving several months’ worth of living expenses for an emergency fund can be intimidating, especially when it feels like all of your available cash is already accounted for each month.Better Money Habits offers these six simple steps to help you get started building a reserve of cash — bringing with it greater financial security and peace of mind.
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Don't Let Your Halloween Spending Terrify You This Year!
Did you know Halloween is one of the highest grossing holidays in the United States?
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Budget Your Thanksgiving Meal
When we think about Thanksgiving one of the first things that comes to mind is food (turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, etc.). Here are some tips to save some money on your meal this holiday.
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