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What to Do with Your Tax Refund

  • March 01, 2021

From four-leaf clovers to leprechauns, March is green in every way. More importantly, it’s green in our favorite kind of way: money. Tax season is upon us and many of you have already, or are about to receive, a nice tax…

Happy New Year 2021

  • January 06, 2021

The new year is the perfect time for a fresh start. Popular resolutions include signing up for the gym, eating healthier, and our favorite, saving money! While your gym membership might not last (cough cough) we’ve listed a…

Introducing Money to Children: Common Cents

  • September 14, 2020

When at-home learning is becoming more prevalent during these times, parents may be looking for unique ways to teach their kids about necessary life topics, or more specifically, financial lessons. Teaching kids about money…

Back 2 School

  • August 11, 2020

While going back to school might be a bit different this year, this time of year usually includes a few purchases to get ready for school. Whether you’re a student, parent, or teacher, let us educate you on a few ways to cut…

Emergency Fund

  • June 08, 2020

Now more than ever, emergency funds are a crucial aspect of financing during uncertain times. Read on to discover how to start an emergency fund or to reassess your current account. What it…

Love Your Future

  • February 04, 2020

February – the month of Love.What better way to show love for your spouse, significant other, your children and all those in your life that you love, than to be a savvy saver for your future & theirs! We…

Why Automatic Payments Work

  • January 01, 2020

Do you constantly feel overwhelmed? Do you only have time for the most urgent tasks on your list? Well, you might to consider setting up automatic bill pay! Setting up automatic bill pay for your most…

Fiscal Checkup

  • July 01, 2019

Taking a midyear break to review your finances give you the opportunity to spot errors, adjust your budget and save on taxes! Spotting Errors: Start by visiting

MoneySkill

  • March 29, 2019

How often have you encountered a money management question as an adult and thought to yourself, “It would have been nice to have learned about that in school”? If this has happened to you, or if you have teenage kids in…

Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

  • June 01, 2018

When you check your bank account, are you staring at zeros? Are you looking around your home and wondering what do you have to show for all of this spending? If you are overwhelmed by feelings of confusion and regret, you…

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