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Tips for Selecting a Budgeting Tool

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A budgeting system may change your financial life, but it depends on how you use it and for what purpose. This post provides a few tips for what kinds of tools may help you.

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Guest Blog: How to Shield your Family from Financial Elder Abuse

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While it’s not always the most pleasant topic, discussing finances with aging family members is crucial. They may be fine now, but it’s possible that as the years pass, they’ll need help managing their money to keep up with expenses and bills.

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Time to LEARN & EARN up to $300!

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Get your kids the latest phones with Sprint® and get up to $300 in cash rewards. Here’s how in three easy lessons:

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Member Matters with Marshall

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Summer is here, but we're still focused on education...

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Introducing our Newest MemBEARS!

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Teach your children about good money management with The Berenstain Bears Cub Account!

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7 Ways to Save for Retirement

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There comes a time in every individual’s life that he or she starts to think of a retirement plan. Many people don’t think about it until their thirties. By then, the ideal time to start saving for retirement may have passed. Everyone knows they should be doing it, yet we all make excuses and give reasons for why we can’t save.

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6 Tips for Selling Your Car

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Selling a car is more than taking a few pictures and posting them in a classified ad. The seller should consider the key points a buyer will be interested in such as price, the appearance of the car and how the vehicle has been maintained. Below are several tips to assist you in selling your car like a professional salesperson.

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6 Tips for Protecting Your Identity

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What Is Identity Theft? Identity theft is when a person’s private information is fraudulently acquired and used by another person. This information includes financial, medical and public data. Among these are a person’s social security, driver’s license number, home address, date of birth and name. nything can be stolen. Identity theft can occur as a result of stolen mail, phishing scams, data breaches, computer viruses, etc. Thieves steal personal information with the intent to commit fraud, drain accounts or do other unlawful activities in someone else’s name.

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Finance Tips for Newlyweds

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All couples promise “for better or for worse… for richer or for poorer,” when they marry. However, it can be a challenge to actually survive being richer or poorer without financial management skills.

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12 Fast Tips for Creating and Protecting Passwords

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We are living in a world that is completely password driven. A world where characters that are used in passwords make a huge difference in whether you can access data, communicate with your friends or make purchases online. You often hear that you should use strong passwords online, but what makes a password strong?

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