18- and 30-Month Certificate Special!

Enjoy your summer while your money does the hard work For a limited time, earn 2.27% APY* on an 18-month […]

How to Increase Your Gas Mileage

No amount of wishful thinking will lower prices at the pump. Instead, focus on efforts that will make a difference—follow […]

What is Net Worth?

A lot of people think that net worth is a fancy way of saying how much money someone has, but […]

Wedding Planning in 2022

How to Save Money Wedding Planning in 2022 If you are planning a wedding this year, it could be challenging. […]

Last Chance to Refinance Your Mortgage!

Home rates are beginning to increase. It’s time to refinance your mortgage now. If you’ve thought about refinancing your home, […]

Budgeting

A practical, workable budget is one of the most crucial tools in your financial wellness arsenal. Starting Points Your budget […]

Envelope Budgeting

While traditional envelope budgeting may feel a little extreme, there are plenty of ways to make the philosophy behind it […]

50/30/20 Rule

The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that’s easy and effective. […]

Talking to Your Partner About Money

When it comes to talking with a spouse or partner about money, many people shy away. It can be scary—but […]

3 Jar Allowance for Kids

The sooner you teach your children the basics about budgeting, the better, and the 3 jar money system is a […]

Savings Accounts

If you’re building an emergency fund, saving for a big purchase, or getting money together to invest, using an insured […]

Income and Expenses

Making and spending money is a part of everyday financial life. Managing your money successfully relies on figuring out your […]

What is Financial Literacy?

Financial literacy is knowing what finances are and how to spend, save, and manage money effectively. But it’s not a […]

Opening Your First Account

Opening an account at a bank or credit union is the first step toward owning your personal finances. Best of […]

The Rule of 72

Calculating compound interest is complicated. Luckily, there’s a simple shortcut that helps you estimate how a fixed interest rate will […]

Avoiding Inappropriate Investments

If a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. You’ll need to keep your eyes open and […]

Mobile Banking

Mobile banking provides a convenient, safe way to access your funds when you’re unable to visit a branch. What is […]

Recognizing and Avoiding Scams

Con artists cheat Americans out of billions of dollars every year. Recognizing red flags for potential scams can help protect […]

Early Withdrawals from Retirement

Whether you find yourself laid off from work, facing a medical emergency, or confronted with a situation that you’re financially […]

Cybersecurity

While it’s likely that you access the internet nearly every single day, that doesn’t mean that you can let your […]

Is the Money in My Account Safe?

Keeping money safe is important to everyone. Thanks to the FDIC and NCUA, your financial institution is probably the safest […]

8 Tips to Reduce Your Food Bill

Buying food is essential, but if you’re not careful, it can also eat into your budget. We’ve all given into […]

Certificate of Deposit

If you’re willing to wait, a CD can be a great way to earn a high interest rate on the […]

What is Inflation?

Inflation measures how much prices rise over time. When prices rise, the value of a dollar falls and your purchasing […]

Finding Funds in an Emergency

If you find yourself facing an emergency that you’re financially under-prepared for, the prospect of what to do next may […]

The Upside of Frugality

Frugal living discussions often talk about pinching pennies or “stretching a dollar.” A penny saved is a penny earned, or […]

Money Market Accounts

There are many options for keeping your money safe and earning a little extra from interest. Like a savings account […]

Quality vs Cost

Whether you’re standing in front of a shelf at the grocery store, shopping online, or even walking around a car […]

Interest

Interest plays a role in almost all aspects of personal finance, including savings, investing, credit, and loans. Interest is money […]

Check It Out

Still stashing money under beds, in ceiling tiles, or under floorboards? You may even use a safe to protect your […]

Reasons to Refinance

Refinancing can be beneficial if everything lines up in your favor. What can you get out of it? The list […]

Leaving a Job with a 401k

When you leave a job with a 401(k), you’ll generally have four options for what to do with the money. […]

Dealing with Illness

Keep your fingers on the pulse of your financial health. Serious sickness can strike both suddenly and unexpectedly. And its […]

Preparing for a Baby

Are you adding a child to your family? Congratulations! Whether it be through birth or adoption, parenthood is a fulfilling […]

To-Dos for Leaving a Job

Whatever your reasons for leaving a job, there are things you need to consider as you transition out of your […]

Out of Work?

Losing a job unexpectedly can leave you feeling unsure of what to do next. There are a few important steps […]

Tax Planning

You can legitimately reduce the tax you owe by planning ahead. Retirement Account Contributions By keeping an eye on the […]

Making a Down Payment

A lot goes into buying a home, but one of the biggest hurdles for many is saving enough for a […]

Meet Your 401(k)

Even if you’re just starting your first real job—actually, especially if you’re just starting your first real job—it’s time to […]

Divorce and Retirement Savings

Fairly dividing retirement savings between both partners in a divorce can make a huge difference in their future financial stability. […]

Portfolio Building

As logical as it might seem to look for the perfect stock, bond, or mutual fund and make it your […]

Teaching Children About Money

Whether to your own children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews or the child of a close friend, one of the […]

Teach Financial Literacy At Home

Teaching your family to be financially literate is as simple as involving them in everyday financial decisions. It’s crucial for […]

Emergency Funds

An emergency fund is a financial safety net that everybody should have for life’s unforeseen challenges. One of the most […]

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