Choosing Your Financial Institution

Which One is Right for You?

Opening an account with a financial institution is an important decision. Do you know which option is best for you?

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Credit Score Breakdown

Knowing Your Number Matters

Credit scores can affect everything from your ability to rent an apartment to the interest rate on your credit card. Do you know your credit score breakdown?

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5 Identity Theft Jackpots

Learn How to Safeguard Against Them

We all know that identity theft happens. The good news is there are tons of things you can do to deter identity thieves on the prowl for victims.

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Boosting Your Credit Score

What's Myth and What's Fact?

Credit scores are an area of personal finance that seem a lot more mysterious than they actually are. Find out what’s myth and what’s fact when it comes to boosting your credit score!

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Budgeting Basics

Make Your Budget Work for You

It’s hard to stick to a budget if you don’t understand the budgeting basics. Knowing your income, your expenses, and being real about your financial situation are all important parts of building a budget you can actually stick to.

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Compound Interest Mind Bend

It Pays to Start Saving Now

In case you haven’t heard, compound interest is the best. Over time, it can turn your savings – no matter how small – into more money! Find out why it pays to start saving now when it comes to compound interest.

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Why’s it Called a Credit Union?

What Makes Credit Unions Different

Do you know the credit union difference? Learn about the history of credit unions and the 7 Cooperative Principles that make them unique.

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Comparing Cards

What's the Best Card to Use?

Think fast: What’s the difference between a credit card, a debit card, and a prepaid debit card? Find out in this helpful article!

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Emergency Fund Boot Camp

Be Prepared, Because Life Happens

Emergency funds are important, because life happens. If you’re not prepared, then things can get out of hand real quick. But if emergency funds are so important, then why is it so hard to start saving for one?

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To Lease or to Finance

That is the Question!

When it comes to buying a new car, you have three options: purchasing it with cash, purchasing it through a loan (also known as financing), or leasing it. For most shoppers, the decision comes down to buying or leasing.

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Living on Your Own

Are You Ready?

Living on your own for the first time can be empowering. But it also comes with some not-so-fun responsibilities. Like bills.

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Where Do You Get Money Advice?

How did you decide where to open your first bank account? Where did you learn to budget or pay bills? If you have a money question now, what do you do? Who do you turn to?

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