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Managing Your Money

29Aug Back-to-School Budgeting for College Students If you’re a college student, this is likely your first time having to manage your own budget. By accounting for all your expenses early on, you can stay in great financial shape all semester long.
26Jul How to Build Credit If you’re wondering how to build credit, we’ve compiled a list of best practices that will help guide you toward healthy credit habits.
16Jul Ways to Reduce Financial Stress By taking just a few moments to evaluate your spending, debt, and security, you can prevent issues and reduce your financial stress.
11 May What to Do With Your Tax Return If you’re trying to figure out what to do with your tax return, keep in mind that there are ways you can use that money to improve your financial health.
10May Financial Spring Cleaning Checklist Spring clean your finances with these simple steps.
27Feb How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck Is the stress of living paycheck to paycheck taking a toll on your family? Find out how to financially get ahead with these simple steps.
3 Jan Protecting Your Wealth You've managed to accumulate a nest egg for you and your family- what do you do next? Learn how to protect your wealth.
27Nov Creating a Personal Budget Managing your money is simple when you learn how to set up a personal budget. Find out how.
10Oct Digital Life: Software to Help with Finances From budgeting to paying back friends, there are numerous digital tools available to help with your finances. Learn more about the kinds of options that are available.
31Aug Should I Buy or Lease a New Car Are you ready for a new car but unsure if you should buy or lease? We help you figure out the plan that's right for you.
22Aug Saving for Your First Car Eager to hit the road in your own car? Learn how to save for a new car today.
23 Jun Switching Banks: A Simple Guide Are you ready to start banking with a community bank that's invested in you? Learn how - no hassle, no hard work, and no trips to your old bank.
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