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5 Thanksgiving Savings Tips

November 6th 2014 by
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Thanksgiving is only three weeks away! Whether you travel or host at your home, this can be a stressful and expensive holiday. These tips can help you have a successful Thanksgiving without breaking the bank. 1. Plan Flights Ahead of Time Book early, because air fare goes up the closer you get to the holiday. Wednesday and Sunday are the busiest travel days around Thanksgiving, so try to get flights on different days. If you keep your schedule flexible that week, you can price out different options. 2. Save on Meat Turkey is the tradition, but if you’re not a…

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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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10 Savings Tips for Fall

October 2nd 2014 by

Now that the weather has cooled off, it’s clear that fall is here. Stay on track with your financial goals by following these tips: 1. Use your thermostat efficiently While you’re home and awake, try to keep the temperature around 68 degrees. When you’re not home or when you’re asleep, lower the thermostat even more. Every degree saves you about 2% on your heating bill. 2. Weather-proof everything you can Leaky doors and windows can wreak havoc on your energy bill. While it’s still nice out, try to caulk and add weather stripping wherever possible to reduce drafts. You can…

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Be a Financially Smart Sweetheart

January 11th 2013 by
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With Valentine’s Day approaching, the heat-of-the-moment urge might be to splurge — to buy something expensive for that special someone, even if doing so makes little sense financially. “On a hyped-up holiday like Valentine’s Day a lot of people feel pressure to come through in a big way,” observed Keith Singer, JD, CFP®, a financial planner and principal at Keith Singer Wealth Management in Boca Raton, Fla. It’s important that people have both their head and their heart in the right place on Valentine’s Day, said Singer. “Just because it’s a holiday doesn’t mean you should spend resources unwisely to make someone happy. Everyone should be aware of their resources… live within your means.” That needn’t douse your Valentine’s Day show of love and affection,however. Here, courtesy of the Financial Planning Association in Denver, Colo., are some tips for playing Cupid: 1. Celebrate late. Point out to your sweetheart the…

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Aspire’s Home for the Holidays

December 23rd 2011 by
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Aspire FCU loves to get in the holiday spirit! On Wednesday, 12/21, the Clark branch held its Holiday Party right in the office, with a “Home for the Holidays” theme. Aspire’s fun didn’t just start and stop there; events leading up to the Holiday Party have been taking place since the beginning of the week. On Monday, there was a stocking guess (employees had to guess the unidentified items in a holiday stocking by touch), and on Tuesday, we had a Holiday Sweater/Sweatshirt competition (the most unique sweatshirt won). The day of the party, Wednesday, employees participated in Holiday Headwear day and competition – holiday hats were a must. If caught without holiday headwear at any point in the day, the employee would be disqualified! There was also a baking contest. The winners were based on taste, presentation and creativity. All winners were announced at the Holiday Party, and winners…

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