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Category Archives: Tips For Managing Finances

Using A Mobile Wallet: a quick user guide

Have you ever used your phone to pay at your local pharmacy or grocery store? If not, you’re missing out on the convenience of your mobile wallet. A global study has predicted that around 60% of people worldwide will use digital wallets in 2023. And why not? A simple tap, and you’re good to go!… (read more)

Six Tips to Keep you Safe this Holiday Season

Due to inflation, global shipping and delivery rates have been affected, so it’s best to get ahead of your holiday shopping. While you might consider doing your last-minute shopping online, Tokenex advises you to keep your eyes open because cybercriminals can be everywhere. In 2021, customers in the United States who utilized online shopping spent… (read more)

Wondering how to Fortify Your Investment Portfolio? Read These Great Tips!

Understanding yourself (your needs, wants, and emotional impulses) is one of the most effective ways to start your investing journey. After all, it was Aristotle who said, “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” Whether you are just beginning your investment journey or have been down that road for some time, it’s valuable to… (read more)

7 Great Tips to Model Healthy Cash Management for Kids

This post is from our partners at GreenPath Financial wellness. If you need help managing your finances, GreenPath’s certified experts can advise you on budgeting, debt repayment options, and more.  As adults, how we handle finances sends a powerful message to children. That’s why it’s essential to model the healthy cash management behaviors that we want… (read more)

Five Easy Tips to Make the Most of your Summer Vacation

Travel is finally back in full swing; something we can all be thankful for this year. While staycations and remote-working vacations have been all the rage since 2020, pre-pandemic vacationing is making a comeback in 2022. According to Booking.com, 60 percent of travelers from a 24,000-person survey claimed they are looking to meet new people… (read more)

Get A New Motorcycle for the Summer with These Five Tips

Summer is a great time to start looking for your next ride. As the weather heats up, you won’t want to miss the feeling of a warm breeze on your face as you casually cruise through park roads. Here are five steps to take to get the bike of your dreams and the motorcycle financing… (read more)

Teaching Financial Literacy During National Credit Union Youth Month, Part 1

Welcome to part one of the National Credit Union Youth Month blogs! Every April, credit unions around the country celebrate this month as a way to get kids involved in finances. Over the next two weeks, Nichole Coyle, Certified Financial Planner™, explains how to get your kids excited about saving and budgeting. Teaching children about… (read more)

How Covid-19 Has Affected Women’s Financial Health

Over the past two years, we have seen many things shift and change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the more dramatic effects of all these changes has been the impact on women’s financial health. Since the early phase of the pandemic, women were more likely than men to lose or leave… (read more)

Don’t Whip Out Your Credit Card Yet: How to Put a Pause on Social Media Spending

Sometimes it’s hard not to get sucked into your screen. One day you’re scanning posts on your favorite social media site, and you see something that gives you the itch to reach for your wallet. It’s easy for social media to captivate us with dream-like images, whether it’s a picture of a sandy beach in… (read more)

Sinking Funds, A New Way to Save

Most people have never heard of a sinking fund. Typically you start with a savings account. Next, you add a checking account which is typically used to pay bills and other expenses. Savings accounts often serve as an emergency fund that is rarely touched. Others use it as a revolving account where money is often… (read more)

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