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Alliant wants all our members to receive friendly, efficient and personalized service. To help us succeed with this mission, we’d love to get your feedback. Read how Alliant reaches out for member input via surveys and product reviews. Learn how recent feedback has helped us make upgrades in providing best-in-class member experiences.

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The economics of Thanksgiving

If you’re like 88% of American households, you will sit down for a Thanksgiving dinner with a turkey. That turkey will weigh, on average, 16 pounds, and you’ll end up eating 3,000 calories. You’ll also be participating in one of the most crucial days in the U.S. economy. Learn some facts and stats about this special holiday and how you might save some money and eat fewer calories this year.

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Estimating medical costs for 2015:  Part 2 – Types of medical expenses for which you need to account

It’s annual benefit enrollment time for many Americans whose healthcare is provided by their employers. For many, that includes estimating out-of-pocket medical costs for the coming year to can make sure the contributions to your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and/or Health Savings Account (HSA) are as accurate as possible. Let's review a few of the foreseeable costs to consider when estimating your medical expenditures for next year.

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Estimating medical costs for 2015:  Part 1 – HSAs and FSAs

It’s annual benefit enrollment time for many Americans whose healthcare is provided by their employers. For many, that includes estimating out-of-pocket medical costs for the coming year to can make sure the contributions to your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and/or Health Savings Account (HSA) are as accurate as possible. In the first article of this two-part series, we review the difference between FSAs and HSAs and a few of the basics of contribution limits and options for each.

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Proper retirement planning: critical for women

A basic goal for retirement investing is to make sure you save enough to make your money last throughout your lifetime. But the longer life expectancy of women means they may need to save more than men, as a woman's money needs to last six years longer on average. Learn more about calculating your long-term financial needs and factors to consider in preparing for retirement.

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