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    Three Tips to Skip Living Paycheck to Paycheck

    Many workers feel their earnings barely stretch to their next paycheck, but there are ways to make your income last longer.

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    Four Easy Ways to Save Money

    Have you mastered the skill of saving money? Consider these four tips for building up your savings.

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    Transfer Limits — It’s a Government Thing

    Too many savings account withdrawals can trigger federal government penalty rules. Find out what applies and how to avoid unnecessary penalties.

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    Three Steps to Less College Debt

    Many college students take on significant debt in the form of student loans, consumer loans, or credit card debt. With a little planning and a proper budget, however, you can get through college with little debt, and possibly even some savings. Consider these steps for putting yourself on a path toward more savings, less debt, and better overall financial health.

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    Three Financial Strategies for Every Grad

    It can be difficult for new college graduates to determine just how to prioritize their financial goals. Even though individual life circumstances are different for everyone, all grads would benefit from employing these three financial strategies as they embark on their journeys toward adulthood and financial independence.

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    Five Tips for Making Your Budget Stick

    Consider these five tips financial experts rely on to stay true to their budgets, including relying on cash more often, saving money at the beginning of the month instead of the end, and trying a savings challenge.

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    SBA Loans: Four Facts You Should Know

    If you haven’t given SBA loans the respect they deserve, now might be the time to reconsider. With multiple loan programs, competitive interest rates and long-term payouts, SBA loans can be an attractive option for business owners.

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    Six Financial Tips to Start the Year Off Right

    Are you on track to achieve your financial goals in 2018? Here are 6 tips to help you stay on course.

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    Start the New Year with a New Budget

    Think of your budget as a window through which you can better see your monthly spending. Here are three easy steps to creating a comprehensive budget.

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    The Benefits of Multiple Savings Accounts

    Learn four ways having multiple savings accounts can help you stay organized and can even make it easier to reach your savings goals as you’ll lessen temptation and earn more with interest.

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    Six Steps to Setting Up a Budget This Year

    If you’ve always wanted to know how to set up an annual budget, we’ve put together six steps to help you get there.

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    How to Stay on Financial Track

    Want the coming year to be a great one for making progress on your financial goals? Follow these tips to set your financial goals and stay on track.

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    How Budgeting Can Help You Enjoy College Without Debt

    Have you ever wondered how to get through college without debt? Here are a few steps that will help you to do just that.

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    Why Staycations Are Cooler Than You Think

    Traveling somewhere for a vacation can sometimes be more of a headache than it’s worth. Stay home instead.

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    Estate Planning

    It’s always good to have a plan. Clint Campbell, CFP®, Financial Advisor (CUSO Financial Services, L.P.* at UFCU) joined KXAN in the studio to help us with estate planning.

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    Wills & Living Trusts: The Basics

    One of the most common dilemmas in preparing for the distribution of your estate is whether to have a will or a living trust–or both. Knowing the fundamentals of each will help you make the right decision.

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    The True Price of Credit

    Buying with plastic can cost you little or plenty - depending on how you use it. Knowing the true price of credit before you charge can save countless dollars and hours of anxiety.

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    Handling Periodic Expenses

    Do you struggle to come up with the cash to pay your car insurance, property taxes, or other periodic expenses? If so, you are not alone. A little planning can make paying for periodic expenses much easier.

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    Do You Need a Financial Advisor?

    Before you hire a financial planner, be sure you really need one. It is essential that you identify your needs so that you can seek the right type of advisor at the best value.

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    Planning for Your Future

    There are certain times in life when particular money management areas need special focus. Whatever your situation, it’s important to plan ahead to accommodate coming changes.

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