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Why Women Need to Save More for Retirement

It’s important for everyone to think about retirement…and it turns out it’s especially crucial for women. That’s why this week we’re sharing this post from America Saves. This month’s guest author is Cindy Hounsell, President of WISER, the Women’s Institute for

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Posted in Retirement

Why does financial health matter to me?

Let’s get this out of the way up front: my finances aren’t perfect. I had minimal student loans after undergrad. I started at a community college and then transferred to Hamline University, where I graduated. But years down the road

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Posted in Financial Wellness

Out of the Nest Series: Budgeting

So you have graduated from high school, college, or have returned to your family’s home to save money and now it is time to spread your wings and fly! Simple, right? This is easier said than done. Yet, with some

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Posted in Budgeting

How to Bounce Back From a Financial Emergency

Many of our posts have covered how to prepare for a financial emergency or what to do when one comes up. But we haven’t really addressed the post-emergency. So here are tips to get back on track when it happens

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Posted in Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness

What to do before leasing a car

Here’s a helpful and informational piece by Mary Ellen on what to do before you lease a car. Happy Flashback Friday! Time for a new car.  The ads on TV touting low monthly leases are enticing, especially when you compare

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness
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