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6 Smart Money Moves to Make with Your Tax Refund

calendar iconPosted: March 1, 2020
Tax refund season is like the holiday bonus of spring. You worked hard last year, now you wait for your present: your tax refund. Once you have your refund, it’s easy to get carried away with that nice chunk of change in your account. However, you can make that extra money go a long way.

Budgeting for Life’s Stages: Your Wedding

calendar iconPosted: February 1, 2020
Depending on which reports you look at, weddings in the US are costing couples upwards of $38,000. Before you panic and start making drastic cuts to your invite list, you can still have your ideal wedding without pushing you and your betrothed into debt.

Budgeting for Life’s Stages: Family Vacations

calendar iconPosted: January 17, 2020
Colder weather and shorter days are enough to get anyone dreaming about their next vacation. Rather than dreaming of warmer climates and exciting scenery, start planning! Vacations can get pricey as you get further into your planning. We’ll give you the starting blocks to affordably enjoy your next getaway.

Introducing the Budgeting for Life’s Stages Blog Series

calendar iconPosted: January 16, 2020
In this blog series, we’ll discuss topics relevant to people receiving their first paycheck, parents who are planning their next family vacation and empty-nesters getting ready to down-size. Stay tuned as we kick-off with our first installment of Budgeting for Life’s Stages: Family Vacations.

How to Host a Budget-Friendly Big Game Party

calendar iconPosted: January 15, 2020
Now that the holiday season has passed, it’s time to start gearing up for the next best holiday: gameday Sunday! If you’re hosting the big game party, we’ve come up with some tips that’ll help you win the day without losing to your budget.

How to Save on Groceries Without Clipping Coupons

calendar iconPosted: September 1, 2019
Regardless of how you view grocery shopping, it’s a necessary weekly expense, and it isn’t always the cheapest. With some early pre-store prep and mindfulness, you can confidently navigate the grocery store without dreading to see the total at the end.
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