Author Archive: Samantha Weber

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Documents to Shred: Prevent Identity Theft

[ 0 ] October 18, 2019 |
Documents to Shred: Prevent Identity Theft

  Identity Theft is becoming very easy, as personal information is more readily available on computers. Though some identity thieves still go about taking personal information the old-fashioned way – through paper statements and bills. One way to prevent these scoundrels from stealing your information is to work pro-actively. Don’t just toss your bills and […]

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Why Refinance with IAACU?

[ 0 ] October 10, 2019 |
Why Refinance with IAACU?

Refinancing a car is a great option for those who have purchased a vehicle, and are looking for a more competitive rate, or to lower monthly payments. Signs you may want to refinance: Your credit score has improved since the purchase of your vehicle. A little bump in your score (especially in instances when a […]

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6 Tips to Manage Your Checking Account

[ 0 ] September 24, 2019 |
6 Tips to Manage Your Checking Account

Simplify your finances, kick old habits and avoid fees with these simple steps to success.   A checking account may seem like an insignificant piece to your financial puzzle, however, it is the gateway to nearly all expenditure. Why not manage it as closely as your major investments and expenses? When was the last time […]

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Seven Simple Steps to Buy a Car

[ 0 ] September 23, 2019 |
Seven Simple Steps to Buy a Car

On the market for a new or used vehicle? The hunt may be trying, but it doesn’t have to cause a mental break-down, at least not with this step-by-step plan.   Step One: Investigation Sticking with what’s familiar is not always the best solution when shopping around for a new (or gently used) vehicle! Rather […]

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Looking for Less Financial Stress? Simple Budget Plan for a Happier You.

[ 0 ] September 23, 2019 |
Looking for Less Financial Stress? Simple Budget Plan for a Happier You.

Will a budget give you less stress about money? The answer may surprise you! Making a budget is a powerful thing. It is a great way to take a step back and relieve uncertainty about spending by making a plan. By setting financial goals, you will be able to work towards your target savings, long-term […]

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17 Tips to Throw a Kid’s Budget-Friendly Birthday Party

[ 0 ] September 4, 2019 |
17 Tips to Throw a Kid’s Budget-Friendly Birthday Party

Did someone say Happy Birthday? Don’t break the bank to throw a party worth remembering. With a little creativity and do-it-yourself mindset, this budget-friendly bash will be the talk of the town. These 17 tips and tricks will help you plan a party that’s cost effective, innovative, and FUN!   Create a Budget Birthday parties […]

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Too Old for Back-to-School Sales? Think Again!

[ 0 ] August 14, 2019 |
Too Old for Back-to-School Sales? Think Again!

You may not be on the market for a graphing calculator, and you probably needed a permission for field trips when you last needed a glue stick. Though you may not be shopping for “school supplies,” you may in fact find yourself in luck this back-to-school season! Take advantage of deals on home goods, clothes, […]

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