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Uneven Income Calls for Proactive Money Strategies
With a budget and some discipline, workers with fluctuating incomes can experience some of the stability that their 9-to-5 friends and relatives enjoy.
Get Paid to Improve Your Home’s Efficiency
Improving the energy efficiency of your house not only can save you money on monthly utility bills, but also can trigger tax credits and incentives that can help you pay for everything from insulating your house to buying a new furnace.
June Financial Fitness Challenge—Get New Grads Off to a Smart Financial Start
Kudos, new graduate: You have a degree and an earful of advice from well-wishers. They all have your best interest at heart, so cut them some slack and listen to at least some of it.
Move or Remodel: What Calculation Works for You?
Solving the move-or-remodel dilemma calls for answering hard questions about money, social relations, life stage, and predictions about the future. Regardless of your decision, your credit union can help.
Who Goes First? For Couples, Retirement Is All About Timing
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Most of us assume we’ll retire at some point. The question is when, and the answer is different for everyone—even between spouses.
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Summer traditionally is vacation time—the kids
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What to Do When You Inherit an IRA
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An inherited IRA (individual retirement account) can be a welcome boost to your own retirement savings…if you make smart decisions from the get-go.