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Getting The Most Out Of Youth Accounts

May 18th 2017 by
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Managing money is a foundational life skill. There are so many factors involved and so many open-ended questions at play. How much should you be saving? When is it worth spending more? How do you keep spare change from burning a hole in your pocket? It takes years of discipline and training to perfect this skill, and ongoing self-control to maintain it. That’s why it’s best to give your kids a head start on money management and saving. As a parent or guardian, remember that the lessons you plant today will take root and blossom, enriching your child’s life for…

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Ways To Reduce Next Year’s Tax Bill

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April 18th 2017 by
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Did you have to pay taxes instead of getting a refund? You’re not alone, and unfortunately, it could happen again. But there are things you can do to ease your tax burden, and maybe even end up getting some money back. The key is to start planning now, and not wait until December (which will be here before you know it). Here’s what you should do: Donate to Charity and/or Volunteer This is a great thing to do even without the tax breaks, but the tax write-off is definitely a bonus. Keep careful records of all your donations and volunteer…

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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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Top Banking Tips for Millennials

Posted in Young Adults
March 22nd 2017 by

Let’s face it: schools don’t do a great job preparing us for managing our finances.So when you’re out of college and start real life, it can be a little overwhelming. You may have student loan debt, new bills, and benefit options to navigate. Here’s your crash course on what you should do to set yourself up for financial wellness: Utilize Online Banking Apps Chances are your financial institution has an online banking app, and you need to download it ASAP. Chances are it will allow you to monitor your balance and transactions, transfer money, pay bills, and deposit checks. If…

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