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Keeping Friends And Finances: How To Deal With Financially Challenging Friendships

April 5th 2017 by
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Poet Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “It is one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be stupid with them.” What’s left unsaid is that many times, it’s the friendship you can’t afford! In fact, some friends can be a serious drain on your savings. If you recognize these kinds of people in your life, it can be difficult to know what to do. Giving up a friend is never easy, but neither is the reckless financial habits some of them can encourage. Here are a few examples of financially dangerous friends and how to handle…

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Your Personal RV Buying Guide

April 4th 2017 by
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Q: It’s vacation time again. This year, we’re thinking about doing something different and buying an RV, but RV lots seem so intimidating! What do we need to know to take some of the stress off? A: Yes, summer is coming, and for many that means the call of the open road. It might even be ringing loud and clear. Nothing is more American than a summertime road trip, but long hours in the car can really suck the fun out of any vacation. That’s the beauty of recreational vehicles. The road IS the destination; anywhere you go, you’ve got…

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What To Do With Your Tax Refund

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March 30th 2017 by
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Tax season will be over soon and the refunds are rolling in.  Chances are you’ll be getting a nice chunk of cash, so the question is: what do you do with it? It’s tempting to use it to treat yourself, right? While using a small percentage for something fun is understandable, you want to save the majority for something that helps you. Think of it like this: taking care of important things now will eventually lead to being able to spend more on what you want more often in the future. Here are 10 suggestions for your refund: Pay off…

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Defensive Driving Saves Money

March 29th 2017 by
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It’s no secret that a car accident can cost you a lot of money. The easiest way to avoid this expenditure is to stay safe, and that’s what defensive driving is about. Besides lowering your risk for an accident, defensive driving also helps you save gas mileage. And if you take an official course, you could even save on auto insurance. Defensive Driving Basics Being focused and alert is the key to defensive driving. This includes: Avoiding distractions, especially phone use. Looking ahead and being aware of your surroundings, including what other drivers are doing. Monitoring speed. Maintaining safe following distance.…

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Women’s History Month: Women In Finance

March 28th 2017 by
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Because March is Women’s History Month, we’re taking a moment to reflect on many of the important contributions women have made to society. At Aspire FCU, we’re proud to be a part of the nationwide celebration of women. As part of this effort, we’d like to take time to recognize a few important women in the history of finance and entrepreneurship. Here are five lesser-known and underappreciated women who are sometimes left out of the popular economics conversation. That, of course, does not diminish the importance of their trailblazing efforts and work. Maggie Lena Walker, first female bank president Maggie…

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