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America Saves Week: Saving the Extras

Whether you recently got a raise at your job, a large income tax refund, an inheritance or may just be spending a little too much on non-necessities, it is always wise to try to save your extra cash. If you’re

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America Saves Week 2019: Saving for the Unexpected

Well it’s America Saves week and today’s post is going to talk about one of the most crucial actions to take: saving for the unexpected. What is the unexpected? It might sound simple, but just to clarify, you want to

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Make Your Tax Refund Work for You

America Saves week continues! Today we’re sharing a guest post about how to use your tax refund wisely. Read on for some great tips! Every year, the middle of April marks the end of the federal tax return filing season.

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Why We Should All Be Saving For A Rainy Day

Saving for a rainy day. We all know we should do it, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. Or is it? Here’s why EVERYONE should be saving for a rainy day and how to make it happen. The Why

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How to get a head start on saving for college

By Madeline Daniels, America Saves The average amount families paid for college in 2017 was $23,757, according to Sallie Mae’s recent How America Pays for College report. Their research shows that students and parents share nearly equal responsibility for covering

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