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We are always on the go and connected with work, family and friends, so finding the time to pause and reflect and review the important things, such as our finances, is often challenging.

Well, we’re here to help. Our Tip of the Week is designed to help you with money matters by providing you quick and valuable tips to assist you in realizing your financial goals. Whether your goals include paying off student loan debt, building credit, purchasing a new home, or meeting your retirement income needs, the tips are intended to help you achieve those.  

Tips are posted every Tuesday, so like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get your weekly financial tip and join the conversation.

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Tip Twenty-Nine
Nov 15, 2011
It’s important to have a will.
The thought of writing a will can be morbid, but it’s important to have one because it is a gift you leave your family or loved ones. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Eight
Nov 08, 2011
Home buying opportunity.
Now is a great time to buy… especially if you’re thinking about a home for vacations or retirement. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Seven
Nov 01, 2011
Make a list, check it twice.
Knowing what you’re going to purchase as gifts this holiday season will help you set your holiday budget and remove deadline pressures, so make your gift list as early as possible. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Six
Oct 25, 2011
Protect your PIN.
Your credit card and debit card PIN identifies you as the card owner and is the key to authorizing transactions, so it should be protected. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Five
Oct 18, 2011
Healthy credit score factors.
When monitoring and improving your credit score, focus on the six main factors that affect your credit score as they are equally, if not more, important than your actual score. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Four
Oct 11, 2011
Don’t rush.
Before you commit to buying that new daily deal in your inbox, consider whether you really need and will use it. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Three
Oct 04, 2011
Make a trip to the library.
It will help you save money more ways than just buying fewer books. Learn More
Tip Twenty-Two
Sep 27, 2011
Save to splurge.
Reduce both buyer and saver’s remorse by saving to splurge every now and then. Learn More
Tip Twenty-One
Sep 20, 2011
Know your net worth.
Knowing the difference between your assets and liabilities is important in understanding your current financial situation. Track it monthly to stay in tune with your money and progress in realizing your financial goals. Learn More
Tip Twenty
Sep 13, 2011
You may already be covered.
Before you sign up for extended coverage, do research to determine if you may already be covered. Learn More

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