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The Best Summer Spots in KC

The Best Summer Spots in KC

Here are my favorite spots for sunny summer fun in Kansas City, broken down into how I choose based on a budget-friendly scale.

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Home Equity: Amanda's Story

"We were shocked at how much we were able to do with the funds, and now the value of our home is higher!"

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How Do I Get a Bigger Profit Payout?

Plan for Your Potential Profit Payout

Last year, we gave back $8,400,000 to our members in Profit Payouts. That’s an average of $94 per qualifying household. If you want to grow your potential share, there are lots of ways — and some you may not even know exist.

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Financial Tips for High School Graduates

Financial Tips for High School Graduates

Whether you’re heading to college, joining the workforce or taking a year off to figure out what you want from life, here’s my unsolicited advice to help you become accomplished in your new phase of life.

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Lifestyle Guru Blogs About Buying Home With CommunityAmerica

Lifestyle Guru Blogs About Buying Home With CommunityAmerica

Kansas City blog influencer Rebecca Marie recently blogged about her experience in buying a new home with the assistance of CommunityAmerica Credit Union.

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The Dos and Don'ts of Using a Credit Card

Credit cards get a bad rap sometimes, primarily being associated with mountains of debt or unsolicited junk mail. But when they’re used responsibly, credit cards can actually be a powerful financial tool.

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Does Car Color Matter?

Does Car Color Matter?

You may be surprised to know that car color can actually have an impact on your vehicle’s value.

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5 Things to Know for Your First CD

5 Things to Know for Your First CD

In our world, a CD is known as a Certificate of Deposit. It’s a little more serious than a savings account, but not quite as involved as a hands-on investment.

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Spring Clean Your Finances

An often overlooked part of spring cleaning is to reassess your finances and “clean” them up. Here's how. 

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