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Shopping for Kitchen Appliances: Out-Cook all your Neighbors this Holiday Season

[ 0 ] November 13, 2019 |
Shopping for Kitchen Appliances: Out-Cook all your Neighbors this Holiday Season

The Holiday Season is upon us! Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving, throwing a holiday party, or baking cookies for Santa, the right kitchen appliances can make a huge difference! Though buying or financing new appliances can be quite an investment, it is a worthwhile step towards longevity, delicious food and cleanliness in your home. Not sure […]

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Savings and Money Market Accounts versus Certificates

[ 0 ] November 1, 2019 |
Savings and Money Market Accounts versus Certificates

  Trying to save money and not sure of the best place to hold your funds? Savings accounts, Money Market accounts and Share Certificate of Deposits (CDs) are all great avenues to save money for your long and short-term goals! Savings accounts are a wonderful method for short-term and day-to-day savings. These accounts can be […]

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About our Art – Jim Lovelace

[ 0 ] October 29, 2019 |
About our Art – Jim Lovelace

Jim Lovelace attended Glenwood High School in Chatham, IL, then attended Illinois State University during the late 1970’s. Having virtually no involvement in painting until he was in his mid-fifties, the experience is extremely enlightening and often challenging. As an outdoor enthusiast for almost all of his life, he decided to use his newfound artistic […]

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Lunch Savings Infographic

[ 0 ] April 30, 2019 |
Lunch Savings Infographic

In honor of National Pack Your Lunch Day, we’ve created this helpful infographic that might teach you something about how packing your own lunch can save you a bunch of money each year. Check it out! Note: If you are reading this article from a subscription email, you will need to open the article in a […]

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Become Financially Fit in 2018

[ 0 ] January 9, 2018 |
Become Financially Fit in 2018

Now that the Christmas season is behind us, the focus turns to 2018 resolutions. While many of us vow to eat better and get on the treadmill to improve our physical health, have you thought about your financial health in the New Year? Consider some statistics: A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study found that seven out […]

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