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Lease vs. Buy: How should you pay for your new car?

Lease vs. Buy: How should you pay for your new car?

If you thought conversations about religion or politics could get contentious, try being a fly on the wall when two people are talking about whether to lease or purchase a car. You’ll see both sides at each other’s throats, each

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Top 5 things to teach your child about money

Top 5 things to teach your child about money

When it comes to personal finance, most of us agree we wish we’d learned more about managing money much, much earlier in life. Still, it’s tough to figure out how to be one of those wise parents who start teaching

Posted in: Personal Finance, Saving Money

Change your financial game by joining a credit union

What’s a credit union, you ask? It’s your financial game-changing moment. That’s what! A game-changing moment is the realization that an extraordinary, life-changing event is about to happen—or just happened. In one perfect and inspirational nanosecond, your path to financial

Posted in: Credit Unions, Personal Finance, Saving Money

Why you should consider online banking

Why you should consider online banking

There’s something comfortably familiar about walking into a bank branch and talking with a teller. No matter what you need, you know whoever’s behind the teller’s desk will be able to help you — and that you won’t be required

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Should you pay your bills online?

Should you pay your bills online?

If you’re still paying bills the old fashioned way — by sending checks in the mail — it may be time to reconsider. Paying online is quicker than dropping a check in the mail and most online bill payment systems

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