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The Four Financial Considerations Worthy of Your Christmas To-Do List

Four Financial Considerations for Christmas To-Do List

If you’ve experienced a childhood on the planet Earth, you know that Santa has a list that helps him keep track of which children have been good (or bad) during the past year. Not only does Santa make a list,

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These Quick Debit Card Reminders Make for Smooth Holiday Spending

Holiday Shopping Debit Card Reminders

It’s no secret that December marks one of the busiest shopping months of the year. According to the National Retail Federation, this year, the average American will spend approximately $940 on holiday-related items, including gifts for others (and for themselves),

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Four Money Tips for Newlyweds to Live Happily Ever After

Money Tips for Newlyweds

I’m too lazy to do an official count, but I think my wife and I attended at least seven weddings this summer. And no, we’re not professional wedding crashers. We’re just in that age range where our summer is marked

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Why Maintaining a Personal Financial Statement Makes Borrowing Easier

Personal Financial Statement

Let’s face it, we all know that bankers are a little different. As a banker, I’m comfortable admitting that I do actually like to receive office supplies for Christmas. In fact, one year I was especially crazy and asked for the multi-colored

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