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How a Credit Union Can Help You Save Money

Posted in Aspire FAQs
May 23rd 2017 by
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With trust in big banks declining, more people are turning to credit unions as their financial institution of choice. And this means more people are learning how credit unions allow you to save more money. Here are the big benefits making a difference: No Minimum Balances Many banks have checking accounts that require a minimum balance, especially if it’s a rewards checking account. However, the vast majority of credit unions don’t have this requirement – even for rewards checking. This means you’re not getting slapped with unnecessary fees for accessing your own money. Lower Loan Rates Chances are you’re going…

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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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9 Tips To Save on Veterinary Bills

February 28th 2017 by
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Americans spend billions each year to keep their furry friends healthy and happy. Healthcare for pets can get costly, but it might not be as bad as you think. Follow these tips to help keep your wallet healthy too! Discuss Vaccines Many vaccine boosters are now good for 3 years. Have an open discussion with your veterinarian about which vaccines are necessary for your pet and if it makes sense to spread boosters out more. Check Out Veterinary Colleges Many schools offer free or steeply discounted wellness visits, spay/neuter operations, vaccines and other routine services. Student doctors work alongside board-certified…

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5 Frequently Missed Tax Deductions and Credits

Posted in Taxes
February 2nd 2017 by
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You want to get the biggest refund you can, but you need to know all the deductions and credits you qualify for in order to get that. Here are five that a lot of people miss out on: Jury Duty Many employers will pay you your normal pay when serving for jury duty, but you may be asked to hand over your jury duty payment right to them.  If this happens, make sure you deduct your jury pay from your taxes. Jury duty is taxable income, so you don’t want to be taxed for money that goes right through your…

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Keep Your Wallet Insulated From Winter Heating Costs!

January 24th 2017 by
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Q: It’s cold outside! Every time the furnace kicks on, I feel like it’s burning money! How can I keep my house cozy and my heating costs low? A: There’s nothing like being toasty warm when it’s cold outside. Unfortunately, keeping a home warm isn’t cheap; monthly heating costs can easily reach $300. Don’t be left out in the cold! Check out these five tips for cutting your heating bill this winter. 1.) Heat selectively To avoid paying for unused heat in rooms that aren’t used regularly, shut the doors and close the vents in those rooms. To keep rooms…

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