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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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Financial Tips by Age Group

[ 0 ] May 17, 2016 |
Financial Tips by Age Group

By Katie Bossler, GreenPath Personal Finance Counselor There are two “golden rules” in personal finance that apply, regardless of how old you are: 1) live within your means, and 2) look forward to the future and save for it. These are two very simple concepts, but very powerful. If actually applied to your everyday life, they can mean […]

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America Saves Week: A Reality!

[ 0 ] February 29, 2016 |
America Saves Week: A Reality!

You may have heard some of the buzz last week around America Saves Week (#ASW). Running each year since 2007, the week is an opportunity for institutions promote good savings behavior and a chance for individuals to assess their own saving status. There are six main focus points for the 2016 America Saves Week. As your preferred […]

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Budgeting Strategies for Getting Out of Debt

[ 0 ] September 5, 2012 |
Budgeting Strategies for Getting Out of Debt

by: Laura Edgar is a senior writer for NerdWallet.com, an unbiased personal finance website committed to promoting financial literacy. No doubt about it: debt is scary and overwhelming. One of the best ways to help yourself out of it is to take a critical look at your spending habits and create a realistic budget. You’re […]

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