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Back to Basics: Budgeting Tips

Back to Basics: Budgeting Tips

In my final ‘Back to Basics’ blog, I’m going to cover another one of my favorite topics — budgeting. Consider these helpful tips as you're navigating your finances in 2020.

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Back to Basics: Savings Tips

Back to Basics: Savings Tips

In light of all that’s happened with COVID-19 in 2020, now more than ever may be the best time to get back to basics with finances. This week we’re covering savings — probably my favorite topic of all.

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Back to Basics: Banking Tips

Back to the Financial Basics: Banking Tips

As CommunityAmerica lobbies start to reopen in phases, this week I’m sharing valuable banking tips to keep in mind.

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Back to Basics: Cost Cutting

Back to Basics: Cost Cutting

In the coming weeks I’m going to revisit some of my original topics with a twist to reflect the pandemic circumstances we face today.

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5 Things to Know About Renters Insurance

5 Things to Know About Renters Insurance

Renters Insurance. You know you have to have it, but maybe that's about it. Here are five things to keep in mind about Renters Insurance.

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How to Find the Best Car Deal

How to Find the Best Car Deal

Whether you’ve been excitedly waiting to purchase a particular make and model or are needing something to get from Point A to Point B, here are a few tips to find the best car deal.

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What Comes First: Debt or Investment?

What Comes First: Debt or Investment?

There are a few schools of thought when it comes to tackling debt while building a healthy financial future.

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Common Money Mistakes

Common Money Mistakes

When you get right down to it, money management should just be basic math. So what makes it so hard to live within our means, or make better financial decisions?

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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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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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