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Starting Out On Your Own

wedding finances
Discuss Finances with Your Significant Other Before Your Wedding Day

Deciding to share your life with someone through marriage means working together on everything, including your finances. Once married, you…

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early investment
Early Investments Pay Off Big!

Early Investments Pay Off You’re 24, out of school, just starting out or just starting to advance in your career, and steadily paying back…

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Health Savings Account
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Under the Affordable Care Act

Since their inception in 2003, Health Savings Accounts have been used as a consumer-driven method of saving for, and paying for, medical expenses…

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young adult finances
Helping Young Adults Build a Financial Vocabulary

Taking on the responsibility of your bills and investments for the first time in life is a huge step. Not everyone is ready to manage this step, but with some…

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savings
How Much Should You Really Have Saved in Your Emergency Fund?

According to Bankrate.com, almost a third of Americans have no emergency savings. That’s a scary prospect. Saving can be a challenge for some…

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How to Decide Which Personal Checking Account is Right for You

Choosing a bank account is an important step in reaching your personal financial goals. The best account is the account that aligns with your…

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travel accounts
Tips to Keep Devices and Accounts Secure While You Travel

It’s easy to take our online security for granted when we travel, especially given the number of other things to focus on during a trip. There are things…

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