Archive: December, 2021

How to plan your wedding on a budget

Planning a wedding can get expensive and stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. It is possible to plan a wedding without going broke. According to...

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Forget your password?

Have you ever logged into one of your online shopping accounts and thought you knew the password? You could always click on the “Forgot Password” option...

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Ways to recognize scams

Protecting your personal data as well as your finances is crucial, especially against cybercriminals. It’s important to recognize and protect yourself from scams that could harm...

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How to write a check

Today, with the popularity of debit cards, online banking, and mobile deposits, writing a check has become a lost art. If you’ve never written a check...

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Preparing for retirement

Did you know that only half of Americans have calculated how much they need to save for retirement, according to the U.S. Department of Labor? Retirement...

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How to pay yourself first

A key element of personal finance is remembering to pay yourself first. When you pay yourself first, you are giving money to yourself before any other...

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How to avoid impulse purchases

Have you ever bought something in a store and regretted it later? Was it a cool gadget, a great pair of shoes, or even a...

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How to be financially fit for the New Year

If you’re looking for New Year’s resolutions to keep, try becoming financially fit in 2022! It’s a new year, meaning a new you. Focusing on your...

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Post-holiday shopping tips and strategies

You may find some great deals while shopping during the holidays, but what about after the holidays? You might stumble on some amazing savings. Here are...

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How safe are your documents in the cloud?

How are you storing your documents? On your computer’s hard drive, external drive, or in the cloud? If you’re saving your documents in the cloud,...

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