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Budgeting with 50/30/20
Budgeting is a skill that helps you make smart decisions with your money. It ensures that you’re spending less than you earn, it prepares you for life’s curveballs, and it funds your goals and your dreams. Unfortunately, budgeting is often seen as restrictive and overwhelming….
Buying vs. Renting a Home
Are you getting the right advice? The average person moves residences about 11 times in their lifetime. That provides a lot of opportunity to confront the following question: is it better to own your home or to rent it? It’s a huge decision that affects…
Freedom from Debt
Consumer debt is an extremely contradictory part of our personal finances: it’s at once common and incredibly personal. According to numerous sources, the majority of US adults owe money in some way, shape or form and yet what this consumer debt represents can vary drastically…
Pay Yourself First: How to Automatically Start Saving More Money
New Year Resolutions – Eat Healthy, Work Out and Start Saving Money! For many, the new year feels like a fresh start for life. “I’m going to eat healthy, I’m going to work out, I’m going to be more mindful.” These are all resolutions we…
5 Good Money Habits to Boost Your Retirement Savings
5 Totally Free Things You Can Do to Support Your Local Economy
Supporting your local community is a positive thing—it builds relationships, it strengthens the local economy, and it makes your neighborhood a happier and healthier place to work and play. The most obvious way to support your surrounding community is with the choices you make with…
Why Is It Called A Credit Union?