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National Credit Union Youth Month!

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April is National Credit Union Youth Month, so we wanted to take a moment to highlight the importance of spending the time and energy to make sure your kids have some basic knowledge about money. Read on to learn more!

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Don’t let Amazon become Scam-azon

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“There’s something wrong with your Amazon account.” It could be a suspicious purchase, a lost package, or an order they can’t fulfill. If you’ve received one of these calls and hung up, you did the right thing. Read on to learn more about these scam calls and how to avoid them!

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Five Ways You Can Spring Clean and Make Money

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While your idea of fun probably isn’t cleaning out the garage, closets, and kitchen all weekend, spring cleaning can be shockingly refreshing. Not to mention, you could also make some money in the process and find some cool stuff. Read on to find out how!

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Why Couples Fight Over Money, and How to Prevent It

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If you find you are at odds with your partner over finances more often than you would like, read our new blog to find out three tips to help spark meaningful conversation, get to the bottom of the problem, and find solutions.

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How Your Credit Score Is Determined

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How is your credit score determined? Here are three ways you can improve it.

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Credit Disability Insurance Explained

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If you’ve ever applied for a loan, there’s a good chance you’ve been asked about adding credit life or credit disability insurance to your loan. Your response? “No thanks.” In some cases, you don’t need it. But in some cases, it’s worth a second look. Click here to continue reading. 

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Expensive Car Repairs: Fix It or trade It?

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Every time your dashboard lights up with a mechanical failure, your mind instantly wonders, “what’s wrong this time?” Your next thought is realizing that you have to decide — repair it or not. Sometimes the fix is worth it, but sometimes the repair is worth more than your car. Read our blog to learn about some of the most common major repairs and questions to ask yourself to help decide if the repair is worth it:

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The Second Stimulus Check: What to Expect

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The second round of stimulus checks are on their way, thanks to the COVID RELATED TAX RELIEF ACT OF 2020 that was signed on December 27. But, since a lot of different amounts and restrictions were thrown around during the negotiations, there are still a lot of questions about these new stimulus checks. Read on to learn the answers to some of your questions!

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The Latte Factor: One way to get your finances on track in 2021

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How often do you find yourself saying, “I can’t afford that?” David Bach, author of The Latte Factor, says that’s usually just a lie we tell ourselves. Read more to learn about how little expenses add up quick and how you can help yourself save big with small steps.

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Five Ways to Financially Thrive in 2021

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The time for “New Year, new me” resolutions is finally here, and we’ve got five — actually attainable — resolutions that you’ll want to keep up with all year long. Read on to find out five ways to make 2021 a financially great year.

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