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5 Financial Tips for Fall

Guest Blog by NerdWallet, Inc. Fall means dreams of pumpkin spice lattes, turkey dinners and a cozy holiday season just around the corner. Here are five ways to make sure you’re financially well-equipped for the last stretch of the year. 1. Tackle back-to-school shopping wisely Whether you’re shopping for your kids or yourself, approaching back-to-school sales with […]

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Posted in: Blog, Financial Goals, Financial Planning, Holidays, Money Management, Savings

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Most Americans Have Inadequate Emergency Funds

Savings goals begin with having enough for emergencies, then move on to having enough to see you through a job loss and, finally, to having enough for retirement. A new study finds that most Americans aren’t even getting past the first stage. The author of the study, Bankrate, recently found that 63% of Americans can’t […]

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Posted in: Blog, budgeting, CU Scene, Financial Planning, Money Management, Personal Finances, Savings

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The True Cost of Your RV

The True Cost of Your RV

Q:We’d like to get an RV instead of going on vacation this summer. It’s always been a dream of ours. In addition to the cost of purchasing the RV, what hidden expenses should I expect once we own it? A: Buying or renting an RV can be an enjoyable way to travel and see the […]

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Posted in: Auto Loans, Blog, Family, Loan, Money Management, traveling, vacation

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Should I Manage My Own Investments Or Get a Professional To Do It?

Should I Manage My Own Investments Or Get a Professional To Do It?

For years, the only way you could invest was to do so through an investment professional. Today, however, investors have more access to the information that enables them to make their own decisions, and many are choosing to do so. But is it right for you? The end result of buying an investment is the […]

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Posted in: Blog, Economy, Financial Planning, Money Management

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Creating and Sticking to a Family Budget

How Do You Create a Family Budget and Then REALLY Live By It? Q: We really need to set up and stick to a family budget, but I’m having trouble getting my family on board. What can I do? A: It’s not uncommon in families: She’s a saver, he’s a spendthrift, or vice versa. But no one […]

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Posted in: Blog, budgeting, Family, Financial Planning, Money, Money Management

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