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New job? Here are 3 tips to set your financial course.

You earned your degree and scored your first “real” job – congratulations! Your professional career is off and running. But what about your financial future? Amid all the paperwork, introductions and passwords is an important opportunity to set the course for your adult financial journey. Here are three easy tips to help keep you on…

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Emotions and finances: Tips for managing both when times are tough

It’s OK. You may be feeling overwhelmed, anxious, fearful, or worried about the future. It’s only natural considering the current pandemic and resulting financial crisis. It’s normal to feel scared and uncertain at a time like this. For many of us, the angst we are feeling is about money. What if I lose my job?…

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Getting married? Here are 3 tips for avoiding financial arguments.

Choosing to spend the rest of your life with someone is one of life’s most significant milestones. You and your partner have likely spent hours discussing wedding logistics, dreaming of honeymoon destinations and planning your new life together but you might be missing out on one of the most important discussions for a long-term relationship…

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Emergency Savings: A neglected part of financial wellness

You’ve heard the rule of thumb: Have an “emergency savings” set aside for unexpected costs. It’s a simple enough idea, but most Americans put it at the back of their financial priority list. In fact, more than 50% of Americans say they couldn’t come up with $500 at a moment’s notice.

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