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What To Buy And What To Skip This Black Friday

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It’s the bargain-hunter’s favorite season-or is it? Before you brave the crowds this Black Friday, take a few minutes to read through our list of what to buy and what to skip so you come home only with true bargains.

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Should I Get An Extended Warranty On My New Car?

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Learn all you can before making a decision. We have all the answers to your questions about extended warranties.

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7 Money Myths You Need To Stop Believing Now

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We all grow up hearing the same financial advice: Spend less, save more and invest early. While most of these words of wisdom ring true, there are lots of widespread money management tips that are actually false. Outlined here are 7 money myths that might be causing you more financial stress than benefit.

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Step 9 Toward a Debt-Free Life

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Let your debt snowball grow by packing it with all your unexpected windfalls.

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How Much Money Should I Keep In My Checking Account?

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Most of us use our checking accounts on a daily basis. Every swipe of a debit card, every bill we pay and every personal check we write takes money out of our checking account.
But, how much money should we be keeping in these super-convenient accounts? Let’s find out.

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Why You Should Finance Your Next Car Loan With CFCU

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When shopping for a new set of wheels, your first stop should be Citizens Federal Credit Union. While many people start at the dealer’s lot, you’ll enjoy a lower rate, a simpler loan application, and other big benefits when choosing to finance your car at your credit union.

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Step 8 Toward a Debt-Free Life

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Increase your income this month to help you pay down debt.

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Do My Child's Activities Really Need To Make Me Go Broke?

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Extracurricular activities are expensive. If you’ve got several school-aged children and each wants to participate in two activities, you can be looking at an investment as high as $10,000 or more for fees, equipment, uniforms, instruments and supplies.

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Step 7 Toward a Debt-Free Life

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You’ve organized your debt, you’ve set up an emergency fund and you’re working on spending less. You’re now ready to start getting rid of that debt…for good!

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7 Steps to a Mid-Year Financial Checkup

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It’s hard to believe, but 2019 is half over. Take a timeout from barbecues and beaches to give yourself a mid-year financial checkup. Use the seven steps below to guide you.

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