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A Date with Debt

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Are those butterflies in your stomach because of first-date jitters or because debt is calling you up? If it’s the latter, you’re not alone. In fact, a recent survey from Lendingtree noted that “22% of millennials (ages 26 to 41) and 19% of Gen Zers (ages 18 to 25) have gone into debt from what they’ve spent on dating.” Surprised? Let’s examine what makes dating so expensive.

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Financial First: Making Your First Budget Plan

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This year, we’re starting strong and planning to be financially savvy all of 2023 by making a budget plan!

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Don’t Buy into Impulse Buys

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Check out these five ways to prevent holiday impulse purchases!

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Your Year-End Financial Checklist

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We’re encouraging you examine your finances and use this handy checklist to make sure you’re ready to ring in the new year on financially stable ground.

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Buy Now Pay Later: Is It Worth It?

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The idea that you, as a consumer, can figuratively have your cake and eat it too when it comes to holiday shopping sounds too good to be true! Until you get to the fine print and find out that it is. Learn why BNPL can become a dangerous habit to fall into.

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Gift-Giving Like a Pro!

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Want to know a great way to stay within your holiday budget while also getting the gifts your loved ones really want?

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Marriage and Money: What You Need to Discuss

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Before you tie the knot, it pays to know a few things. How can couples set expectations for their financial future? Here are a few tips.

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Budget Friendly Fall Activities

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Get your pumpkin spice, grab a football, and pick up that rake in the garage, because we’re about to explore some great ways to enjoy the fall traditions on a budget!

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The Cost of Raising a Child

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As inflation continues to wreak havoc on the middle and lower socioeconomic classes, many will feel the sting of rising costs in different areas of their lives. Here are a few ways you can combat the rising costs of parenthood:

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“Smishing” is the New Phishing

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Look out — there’s a new scam in town! “Smishing” is a scam format that has recently encountered a boost in scammer popularity, and it’s surprisingly sneaky. Keep reading to learn more about smishing and how to keep your information safe!

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