Tag: savings

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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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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Platinum Checking Benefits

[ 0 ] April 16, 2019 |
Platinum Checking Benefits

Did you know: With our Platinum Checking you can get EVEN MORE savings on your next Auto Loan?

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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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Financial Literacy Leads to Financial Well-Being

[ 0 ] April 18, 2016 |
Financial Literacy Leads to Financial Well-Being

Financial Literacy Month is not just about financial literacy—it’s also about financial well-being. April is National Financial Literacy Month, a good time to emphasize IAACU’s commitment to helping our members lead stable and healthy financial lives.  IAACU’s Mission Statement is: “Serve Our Members and Advance Their Financial Well-Being.”  Perhaps the ultimate measure of the success […]

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Easter Ideas for Those on a Budget

[ 0 ] March 17, 2016 |
Easter Ideas for Those on a Budget

Americans celebrating Easter this year will spend, on average, $140.62 on the holiday – for apparel, decorations, gifts, candy, food, flowers and more – according to the National Retail Federation. That’s up from last year’s average of $137.46. Put it all together, and U.S. consumers will spend an anticipated $16.4 billion on Easter baskets, eggs, […]

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