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2/23/15  Credit 101Getting Out of DebtHousingSavings & Retirement
This America Saves Week: Take Your Financial Future into Your Own Hands

We are pleased to participate in America Saves Week – a week dedicated to sharing ways for those in the Alliant family to save more than ever. Start now by reading through this article from Katie Bryan at America Saves to learn more about taking your financial future into your own hands.

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2/3/15  Getting Out of Debt
Saving for retirement in your 40s

In Part Three of our five-part series, we discuss retirement savings strategies for those in their 40s. Learn how completing an accurate retirement income calculation can help you get a clearer picture of where you stand and review some ways that you can step up your retirement savings. 

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1/28/15  Getting Out of Debt
Six tips on how to cope with financial stress

Do you feel anxiety when you think about your finances? Often money, or rather lack of it, is only part of the problem. Learn six steps to help you feel – and be – in control with your finances.

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1/26/15  Getting Out of Debt
The impact of financial stress

January is National Financial Wellness Month, but unfortunately, financial stress has reached epic proportions in the United States. A whopping 79% of us report that our personal finances keep us up at night. Learn about the extent of the problem and how financial stress impacts our general well-being.

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1/7/15  Credit 101Getting Out of Debt
Repairing your credit

Repairing your credit is a long process, but it is a rewarding one! Start today and kick your New Year off on the right foot.

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11/1/14  Credit 101Getting Out of Debt
Will you find a credit card in a Millennial’s wallet? Not likely.

Look into a Millennial’s wallet and what are the odds that you’ll see a credit card? Only 37%! Millennials, after weathering the Great Recession and becoming averse to financial risk, generally see a credit card as a means to spend money they don’t have and a sure-fire way to go into deep debt. Meanwhile, in the long term, by not using credit cards as a credit building tool, they could be putting their future credit at risk. 

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