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Winter Driving Tips

Winter Driving Tips

If you live in a cold-weather state, you know how dangerous winter driving can be. AAA recommends the following tips to help you stay safe while traveling.    

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5 Scams to Watch Out For This Holiday Season

5 Scams to Watch Out For This Holiday Season

Holiday shopping will soon be in full force, and scammers will be busy – on the internet, at the mall, cash register and even your front door. According to www.scambusters.org...

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Energy-Saving Tips for the Holidays

Energy-Saving Tips for the Holidays

The days are shorter and the budget needs to stretch further, so it's important to save time, money and energy around the holidays. Here are 5 helpful tips to make it easier this...

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7 Ways to Avoid Stress this Thanksgiving

7 Ways to Avoid Stress this Thanksgiving

Are you getting stressed just thinking about Thanksgiving approaching? There are several reasons why it can give us the jitters – especially if you’re planning a giant feast...

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Reducing your Heating Bill

Reducing your Heating Bill

Turn down the thermostat and turn up your savings With energy costs continuously rising, the outlook of a heating bill lowering on its own is not so hot. Take matters into your own...

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Save Time with Direct Deposit!

Save Time with Direct Deposit!

Fidelity Bank knows that there are more important things in life than going to your bank branch. Save yourself a trip by signing up for direct deposit. No more waiting in line to cash...

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Cheap Alternatives for Expensive Entertainment

Cheap Alternatives for Expensive Entertainment

Looking for ways to cut back on expenses without sacrificing your quality of life? Read below for tips on how to have both a fun—and frugal—lifestyle. 

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Budgeting Basics for Teens

Budgeting Basics for Teens

If you’re a teenager, setting up a budget probably isn’t at the top of your to-do list. But learning how to set up and follow a budget now could have a dramatic impact on...

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Elder Financial Abuse is on the Rise

Elder Financial Abuse is on the Rise

While likely under-reported, estimates of elder financial abuse and fraud costs to older Americans range from $2.9 billion to $36.5 billion annually. 

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Teach Your Children about Saving Money

Teach Your Children about Saving Money

Teaching your children about money may seem like a daunting task. So here are some simple, age-specific recommendations on how you can teach your children to be financially responsible ...

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Don’t Get Tripped Up by Trip Expenses

Don’t Get Tripped Up by Trip Expenses

Vacation season is here! Whether you’re dreaming of white-sand beaches, snow-capped mountains or attraction-packed cities, there’s one thing these destinations all have in...

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Treasure the Trees: Celebrating Arbor Day

Treasure the Trees: Celebrating Arbor Day

In the ever-increasing roster of awareness days competing for attention, Arbor Day has gotten short end of the stick. But as environmental awareness continues to grow, so does interest...

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Welcome Spring, Upgrade Your Outdoors

Welcome Spring, Upgrade Your Outdoors

2018 is already in full swing, but when it comes to your yard, the arrival of spring is actually the start of the new year for your yard. As the cold weather subsides, now is the...

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Five Helpful Hacks To Deep Clean Your Digs

Five Helpful Hacks To Deep Clean Your Digs

Winter has faded, and everyone is eagerly looking forward to all things spring: fresh flowers, firing up the barbeque and…cleaning? Not so much. The end result of a thorough...

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8 Money Tips for College Grads

8 Money Tips for College Grads

You’ve graduated from college – congratulations! If you got a job, you’re probably excited to ditch the instant noodles and fast food, but now is not the time to...

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How Will You Pay for College?

How Will You Pay for College?

With college tuition rising almost twice as fast as the inflation rate, many prospective undergrads can end up feeling lost when planning their financial future. If college students are...

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Budgeting for a Baby

Budgeting for a Baby

Yes, children are priceless, but raising them is far from it. Many people plan for the changes a baby will bring to their lives when it comes to free time and lack of sleep, but forget...

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Advice for Your First Job

Advice for Your First Job

Whether you’re starting to babysit, mow lawns, take food orders or do something else to make money, here’s some helpful advice from financial experts for your first job... ...

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Budgeting Basics for Teens

Budgeting Basics for Teens

If you’re a teenager, setting up a budget probably isn’t at the top of your to-do list. But learning how to set up and follow a budget now could have a dramatic impact on...

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