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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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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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Wedding or Bust – How to Save Money on Your Big Day Weddings can be the best day of your life, but they can also be expensive. As you’re looking for ways to save and stay on budget, consider these tips. Focus on What’s Important to You As you become further entrenched in the countless…

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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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Simple Ways to Save this Halloween Do you remember the good old days of making costumes out of bed sheets and eating homemade treats – like candy apples and peanut brittle? While those inexpensive activities are not as popular as they used to be, with a little creativity and ingenuity, these money-saving options will keep…

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Three Benefits of a Balance Transfer A balance transfer is a great way to help jumpstart your financial freedom and can benefit the future of your financial wellbeing. Read these benefits below to find out if a balance transfer might be the right move for you and your financial wellness. Lower interest rates. When applying…

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Notebooks, pencils, backpacks, clothes… the start of a new school year requires lots of new supplies which may result in more expenses for parents. Eager to learn a few easy ways to cut costs during this year’s back-to-school shopping season? Just check out these helpful tips below! Follow your (or your child’s) favorite stores on…

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Tips for Safe Summer Travel Summer is finally here, and the world is beginning to re-open! We at UNCLE want you to remain safe and stress free while traveling this summer. Here are some financial and general safety tips to take into consideration as you plan your big trip: Check in with your financial institutions.…

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