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Introducing Money to Children: Common Cents

  • September 14, 2020
  • Sheri Wilford
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Written by:Megan Oberst Introducing Money to Children: Common Cents When at-home learning is becoming more prevalent during these times, parents may be looking for unique ways to teach their kids about necessary...

Back 2 School

  • August 11, 2020
  • Sheri Wilford
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Written by:  Megan Oberst Back to School Savings in 2020   While going back to school might be a bit different this year, this time of year usually includes a few purchases to...

Emergency Fund

  • June 08, 2020
  • Sheri Wilford
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Written by:  Megan Oberst How to Start an Emergency Fund     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...

Love Your Future

  • February 04, 2020
  • Sheri Wilford
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Why Automatic Payments Work

  • January 01, 2020
  • Amanda Orr
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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 critical accounts is like having a secretary...

Fiscal Checkup

  • July 01, 2019
  • Amanda Orr
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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 www.annualcreditreport.com and review the three major credit agencies – Experian, Equifax and...

MoneySkill

  • March 29, 2019
  • Amanda Orr
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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 your life then I have an...

Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

  • June 01, 2018
  • Amanda Orr
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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 are not alone. No matter how...

What the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike means for you

  • May 01, 2018
  • Amanda Orr
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  During the Great Recession one of the tactics used by the U.S. economy was an unprecedented move to lower interest rates to near zero, and Americans haven’t seen interest rates much above zero for a decade now. You might be asking yourself, how does a rate increase...

Spring Spending Traps

  • April 02, 2018
  • Amanda Orr
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For those of us who have just endured a long, cold and drab winter, the first sings of spring can lead to a need to spend more “green”. Anything from spring cleaning to yard-work can trigger an unnecessary shopping...

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