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  • Financial Resolutions in 2015

    The New Year is a chance for many to start fresh and begin again, the first page in the book we (thankfully) get to rewrite every year.  Along with the ever-popular fitness resolutions, many people vow to stick to financial resolutions in the New Year, because let’s face it, finances can get out of shape too.  If you are one of those individuals, these tips may help you jumpstart your personal finance goals in order ...

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  • Your Money-Saving Guide to Back-to-School Shopping

    With the scorching heat and weekend beach trips, it’s hard to believe the school year is just around the corner. But the days of early morning lunch-packing and evening homework help are fast approaching, which means back-to-school shopping starts now. Between new supplies, clothes and all of the “unexpected” items that always seems to crop up, the cost can really add up for parents. There are a few steps you can take, however, to prepare ...

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  • Summertime Savings: Alternatives to the Gas-Guzzling Car

    According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of gas in Philadelphia stands at about $3.79, that’s up $0.25 from last summer. Between cranking the air conditioning on those scorching hot days and driving the kids to and from summer camp, this season can take a toll on your gas tank and your wallet. Fortunately, there are a few alternatives you can try this summer that will help you avoid a trip to the ...

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  • Say - I Do - to Savings During Wedding Season

    We all know the price tag on planning a wedding celebration can get pretty expensive very quickly, with today’s average wedding costing nearly $29,000, according to The Knot. Even attending a wedding as a guest can get expensive, especially if you’ve been invited to several this summer. Check out these easy tips for enjoying the wedding festivities without depleting your bank account.

    • Set a budget. It’s important to create a budget according to your financial ...

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  • How to Protect Your Financial Information Online

    In today’s world of mobile banking and online purchases, knowing how to protect and secure your financial and personal information is vital. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, credit card data theft has increased by 50% just between 2005 and 2010. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to ensure the safety of your information.

    1. Use strong passwords. The most important step you can take is to simply create and protect ...

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  • Six Money-Saving Phone Apps for the Tech-Savvy Shopper

    According to Pew Research, nearly 60% of all American adults have a smartphone. So why not ensure you’re making the most of your mobile device by using it as a tool to save money? With such a wide-breadth of phone apps available to us today, many of which are free, saving money can be as easy as the tap of a button. We’ve compiled 6 smartphone apps that are geared toward helping you save on ...

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  • How to Vacation on a Budget

    Memorial Day Weekend is just around the corner and for many that means the unofficial kickoff to summer. For most of us, it also means vacation is top-of-mind. Justifying the cost of a summer excursion does not come easy to many, especially if money’s tight, but managing a vacation budget isn’t as complicated as it seems. Below you will find six simple steps to help you plan and maintain your getaway budget.

    1. Plan Early. ...

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  • Make the Most Out of Your Income Tax Refund

    As this year’s average tax refund is more than $2,000, many of us may be finding it difficult to resist the urge to splurge. However, using the money wisely can give you a major jump start on securing a better financial future. Here are seven great ways to spend your tax refund and get the most out of your cash back from Uncle Sam.

    1. Invest. Do some research and invest the lump sum into the ...

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  • Set and Achieve Your Financial Goals

    Establishing goals is a vital first step in any process when preparing for the future. Goals are especially helpful when planning important financial endeavors such as retirement, a child’s education, and as summer approaches, an exciting family vacation. Many people find it difficult to save money and achieve these goals for a variety of reasons, including a lack of focus or a loss of motivation. The techniques that follow will help make your saving process ...

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  • Spring Savings

    In today’s unstable economy, achieving the most “bang for your buck” is crucial for the average consumer. As we patiently await the onset of spring, consumers have more to look forward to than just the warmer weather and budding blooms. Unbeknownst to many, the spring season brings great bargain prices to a variety of household goods and popular consumer products. This in-between season is the perfect time to take advantage of the discounted prices being ...

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