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2022: This Is the Year You Break Up with Your Bank

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From the heartache to the tears to the melodramatic balladry, no one likes a breakup…. That being said, we’ve all been in a position where a breakup is probably the best thing for us. We’ve been in those toxic relationships that we’re better off without. For instance, how has your bank been treating you lately? Yeah, it is time you break up with your bank and experience the Credit Union Difference! 

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Last-Minute Thanksgiving Saving Tips

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and you might not be prepared. You might be panicking inside since you haven’t set aside enough money for the holiday. Don't worry! This article will provide you with some last-minute Thanksgiving money-saving ideas that may help you with your dilemma.

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Start Holiday Shopping Early

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For most of your life, Thanksgiving (and subsequently Christmas) have probably involved family bonding opportunities and hassle-free trips to the grocery store and mall. However, because of the pandemic and its effects on retailers worldwide, the holiday season might look a little different this year.

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How To Attend Sports Events on a Budget

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Seeing your team win in person can be great, but you know that it can get pretty darn expensive. Check out this blog for tips on how to see your favorite team on a budget! 

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Halloween Party Hacks

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Are you tired of experiencing the same Halloween parties over and over AND spending a lot on them? Give your home the Halloween look you want to have this year — but on a budget.

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Halloween Fun On A Budget: 12 Costume Ideas Using Common Items In Your Home

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No matter your age, it’s hard to not get excited for Halloween. Whether you’re going to the coolest Halloween party in town, or just getting some candy while trick or treating, one of the best parts is getting to dress up. But Halloween costumes can be expensive, so what are some ways to save on your costume? Read more to find out!

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Renting vs. Owning

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There are many reasons why people choose to rent rather than own a home. Some renters simply like the idea of owning a temporary place as they are still unsure if they want to settle down while others want to avoid the many expenses of ownership. However, there are some downsides...

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How to Avoid Purchasing Flooded and Fixed Cars

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Hurricane Ida is one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the U.S. in recent memory, causing much flooding and devastation. After an event like this, flooded cars often enter the used car market. Find out how to avoid getting a bad deal on one of these cars.

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How To Tip In Different Situations

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Not sure when you should tip and how much you should tip in various situations? Read our blog to find out the answers!

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Buying Your First Car

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Check out our short guide on the things you should and shouldn’t do when buying a new car from a dealer!

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