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Financial Planning Has Never Been More Essential For better or worse, the pandemic has taught us a number of lessons. Perhaps the biggest one is the necessity of planning for the unexpected. In financial terms, one of the smartest ways to do this is to hire a professional financial planner – a trusted and reliable…

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How to Do Allowances Right One of the best ways to ensure your children grow up financially fit is to give them practice managing money with an allowance. But what’s the best way to do an allowance? There are different theories on what works best. Ron Lieber, personal finance writer for The New York Times,…

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Tips to Avoid the Summer Slide No, we aren’t talking about an amusement park ride. The “summer slide” is all the progress kids lose during the summer months if they don’t keep their reading skills sharp. When it comes to reading skills, the old saying is true: If you don’t use it, you lose it!…

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Tips for Spending Graduation Cash You’ve survived four years of nose-to-the-grindstone studying, four years of ramen noodle breakfasts and four years of frantic, last-minute papers. Your family and friends are eager to celebrate your accomplishment, and one of the ways they know how to do that is with cash. It may seem crass to plan…

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Make Your Life Easier with P2P Payment Options Sending money to friends and family is becoming a common necessity, whether you’re splitting the cost of a lunch tab, paying someone back for a shared birthday present, or even paying the babysitter. One of the fastest and easiest ways to do that is to send money…

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Tips for Buying in a Seller’s Market There’s no doubt the real estate market has been tough for buyers in recent years. With many people hoping to lock in still-low rates, house prices are on the rise and fewer homes are for sale. But there are a few simple things you can do to make…

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Want to Teach Your Kids About Finances? These Apps Can Help! April is Financial Literacy Month which is the perfect opportunity to teach your kids how to responsibly spend and save money. It’s important to teach kids about finances and the value of money management early on, but sometimes it’s hard to get them interested.…

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Go Green! It’s a no-brainer investment. Today is St. Patrick’s Day, so it’s likely you’re already “gone green” with your attire to avoid getting pinched. Why not go green with in other aspects of life? You’ve probably spent plenty of time thinking about how to invest your money, but how often have you considered investing…

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Keeping Score Facts about Credit Scores Who’s keeping score? The credit industry is. Every time you apply for a new credit card, a mortgage, perhaps even an insurance policy or a job, your application is judged in part on your credit score. March is National Credit Education Month, so there’s no better time to learn…

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Frugal February Challenge – Five Ways to be Frugal in February You may have heard the term Dry January recently, but have you heard of Frugal February? It’s a similar concept for your spending. If your budget is a little tapped out from the holidays, Frugal February is an opportunity to press reset and get…

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