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10 Surprising Uses for Baking Soda

October 13th 2015 by
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You can easily save money using things you probably already have in your home. For example: baking soda. Baking soda is a common ingredient in baked goods, and most people also keep an open box in the refrigerator as a deodorant. But you may not know these other ways you can use it: 1. Polish silver – By mixing baking soda with a little water, you have a solution that can remove tarnish from silver. It may take some elbow grease and repetitions though. 2. Fill a hole in the wall – If you mix baking soda with a little…

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Road to Financial Wellness – June 4th!

May 28th 2015 by
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Phroogal, a financial education start-up based in nearby Elizabeth, NJ, is doing something pretty incredible. Founder Jason Vitug and his team are travelling to 30 locations in 30 days to spark conversations about personal finance through local grassroots initiatives. During this 10,000 mile trip, they will share these financial conversations through daily blogs and social media posts. Here’s a map of the trip: Jason founded Phroogal in 2013 and it now ranks as one of the Top 100 Personal Finance blogs. We’re excited to announce that we will be sponsoring this event. The Phroogal team will stop here on June 4th to…

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Save Money with These BBQ Tips!

May 21st 2015 by
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BBQ season is here! Don’t let your plans hurt your finances. Follow these suggestions for a successful, budget-friendly BBQ. Pick Produce that’s In-Season Produce is much cheaper when you buy in-season. Here are some examples of what you should get and when: Spring: asparagus, swiss chard, mushrooms, collard greens Summer: corn, eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes Fall: kale, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, bell peppers Click here for a full list per season. Make Your Own Rubs and Sauces Instead of purchasing commercial rubs or sauces, try making your own. They usually require simple ingredients and are easy to make. You can search for…

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Personal Finance Quiz

March 12th 2015 by
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How savvy are you when it comes to personal finance? Take our quiz and find out! It asks you questions about: Staying out of debt Auto loans Retirement accounts …and more! Personal Finance Quiz from Aspire FCU Didn’t do well on the quiz? Browse through our blog to brush up on the questions you’ve missed.

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9 Recipes for Leftover Halloween Candy

November 4th 2014 by
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Try something new this year and make a dessert out of leftover Halloween candy. I compiled a list of 10 different recipes I found, each one using various candies. To access the source, click on the image or link at the end of each recipe. Caramel-Cookie Cheesecake Pie by RealSimple.com Ingredients 2 8-ounce bars cream cheese, at room temperature 1/2 cup sugar 2 large eggs 22 Twix Fun Size Bars (16 grams each, about 2 3/4 cups total), chopped 1 8-inch chocolate cookie pie crust Directions Heat oven to 325º F. With an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese, sugar, and eggs on medium-high until smooth.…

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