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  • When Banks Attack

    by Alex Schitter | Feb 26, 2018
    For-profit banks are fighting in Congress to take away not-for-profit credit unions’ tax exemption, once again.
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  • Credit Cards: The One for You

    by Alex Schitter | Feb 22, 2018
    Having lots of choices is great. But too many will make your head spin.
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  • Why We Get Scammed

    by Alex Schitter | Jan 23, 2018
    If you use a cellphone or have an email account, you’ve almost certainly been exposed to an attempt at mass marketing fraud.
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  • Tax Records Roundup

    by Alex Schitter | Jan 09, 2018
    Why think about taxes now? Your tax return isn’t due until April 17, and the IRS won’t even begin accepting tax returns before January 29.
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  • Scam Awareness

    by Alex Schitter | Dec 05, 2017
    U.S. non-profit is warning consumers about scams that typically increase during the holiday season.
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  • Holiday Shopping Tips

    by Alex Schitter | Nov 22, 2017
    The holiday shopping season is here! If you’re an average consumer, you’re getting ready to shell out almost a thousand dollars in the next few weeks.
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  • Scary Money Mistakes

    by Alex Schitter | Oct 26, 2017
    It’s Halloween – the season for celebrating all things that go bump in the night. But don’t let your finances become a source of Halloween fright.
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  • Money Tips for Fall

    by Alex Schitter | Oct 12, 2017
    Fall is here! Football is on the TV and the temperatures are dropping. While you’re getting your sweaters out of storage for cooler days, it’s also a good time to perform a quick financial review.
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  • Beware of Flood-Damaged Vehicles

    by Alex Schitter | Sep 26, 2017
    Hurricanes Harvey and Irma impacted as many as 1 million vehicles, according to Cox Automotive and Kelley Blue Book analysts, and the effects of these events extend beyond those with severely damaged vehicles.
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  • Regrets, Had a Few

    by Alex Schitter | Jun 01, 2017
    Most U.S. adults have financial regrets, and most common is not saving for retirement early enough, a new survey from Bankrate finds.
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