Savings

Savings: Tips to Teach Your Children How to Save

The Importance of Saving You've probably heard the statistics - 63 percent of Americans can't afford a $1,000 unexpected expense and overall household debt is up by 11 percent over the last decade. These stats don't bode well for savings. They also are indicative of...

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Keep More of the Money You Earn from Each Paycheck

Living Paycheck to Paycheck According to the 2017 American Payroll Association (APA) national online survey, “Getting Paid in America”, 37.3 percent of America’s workers would experience financial difficulties if their paychecks were delayed for just one week. This...

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Do You Have Enough In Your Savings Account?

  Did you know that 63% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 unexpected expense. Are you one of them? Stop what you’re doing for just a moment and take a look at your savings account. Are you comfortable with the amount you currently have saved? Are you prepared...

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Savings 101: What is a Share Certificate?

With so many financial products available, choosing which type of account to open can be just as stressful as deciding where to open one. For consumers looking for earnings on their savings, one of the options that credit unions offer is share certificates. Here's a...

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The Generation of Savers

Generation Y, also known as millennials, has recently surpassed the Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation. Millennials range in age from 18 to 34 (in 2015) and are 75.3 million strong. The impact this generation has and will continue to have on...

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Debt is often considered a four letter word, but not all debt is bad. Our guest blogger, Jamie Wagner Ph.D., explains why taking on debt in certain circumstances may save you money in the long run. bit.ly/2BhdK2U ... See MoreSee Less

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Are you having a hard time juggling all those credit cards and their high interest rates and fees? If so, transfer those balances to a Centris Visa and pay no balance transfer fee. Plus, you'll receive a 1.99% introductory APR for the first six months. bit.ly/2S8H9CR ... See MoreSee Less

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Make sure your tax refund is correctly and quickly deposited into your Centris checking or savings account. Read more in our blog: https://t.co/lbemt4iZSA

Debt is often considered a four letter word, but not all debt is bad. Our guest blogger, @ProfJWags, explains why taking on debt in certain circumstances may save you money in the long run. https://t.co/rU5DyUlFUy

Are you having a hard time juggling all those credit cards and their high interest rates and fees? If so, transfer those balances to a Centris Visa and pay no balance transfer fee. Plus, you'll receive a 1.99% introductory APR for the first six months. https://t.co/prNmyWKj67

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