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Managing Your Money

Budgeting for a vacation can be hard enough, but is it worth it when you have a baby in the mix? My family proved it is. My one-year-old daughter has been on three family trips, including one overseas vacation. How did we swing it? Stagger the Expenses We …

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Growing up, I always wanted a pet but couldn’t because of my father’s supposed allergies. So when my husband suggested we get a dog, I immediately jumped at the idea. We were really excited to have a cute little puppy to play with and also thought …

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It has been reported that 143 million United States (U.S.) consumers have been affected by the most recent breach involving the credit-reporting agency, Equifax. In response to this breach, Equifax has created a website that allows a consumer to enter the last six digits of their social security …

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Currently, your Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments may take up to three business days to post to your account. However, the three-day wait-time is about to change. To increase the speed of ACH payments, NACHA, the Electronic Payments Association has adopted new rules to be implemented in three …

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Americans are increasing their debt levels According to a new study of Federal Reserve data, Americans’ debt level is on the rise. In fact, the report found that Americans are about to hit a point where they have more debt than during the recent recession. The study found that the …

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Life can be full of surprises—some good surprises, and some not so welcome ones, like when your car breaks down, the washing machine stops working, or a family member falls ill and you need to buy a last-minute airline ticket. These additional expenses can bring on unnecessary stress …

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Military Saves Week (February 27 – March 4, 2017) is an annual opportunity for individuals to review their savings and take financial action. Each year, we encourage servicemembers and military families just like yours to set a goal, make a plan, and save automatically. This Military Saves Week, try these five …

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February 27th  – March 4th This year we are delighted to participate in the Military Saves campaign. The Military Saves campaign is a component of the nonprofit America Saves and a partner in the Department of Defense’s Financial Readiness Campaign, which seeks to motivate, support, and encourage military families to …

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You now have the ability to skip a payment on your eligible loan (vehicle or personal loan) through Online Banking and the Mobile App! To be eligible for the Skip a Pay Program: You must be registered in Online or Mobile Banking. All of your accounts must be in good …

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Money can have a huge impact on relationships, so much so that it can contribute to marital discord and even divorce. If you’re married or in a long-term relationship, it’s important for you and your partner to either be on the same page financially or …

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