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Tyler Moseman

Recent Posts

Maximizing Your Tax Return

Posted by Tyler Moseman on Mar 20, 2019 12:48:59 PM

Because of a new tax law, some people are seeing smaller tax returns in 2019. So if you're one of the lucky people who did get a return this year, why not put it to good use? Here's how to make the most of your refund. 

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Financial Tips for 2019 New Year

Posted by Tyler Moseman on Feb 27, 2019 3:47:24 PM

 

When choosing our New Year's resolutions, a lot of us want to do better with money. Whether that's saving more, spending smarter, or exploring new investments - devoting more time to your finances is always a sensible resolution (at any time of year, really)

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Topics: Credit Card Debt, Donation, Consumer, Debt Consolidation, Credit Score, Saving Money, Savings Account, Online Banking

What You Need to Know About Our Online Banking

Posted by Tyler Moseman on Feb 8, 2019 2:05:37 PM

Going to the bank can be a real pain; there’s a long line at the counter, a longer line at the ATM, and someone stole all the pens you need for filling out bank forms. Luckily, online banking can save you time and trouble. But are you making the most of what you can get from your banking tools? Here are a few key things good online banking will let you do.

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Topics: Insider, Online Banking

Fun Money Saving Tricks

Posted by Tyler Moseman on Jan 8, 2019 4:44:33 PM

Put $52 aside the first week you start; $51 the second week; $50 the week after that and so on… It’s a lot of money at the beginning, but that weekly amount continues to lessen over time and at the end of the year you’ll have an extra $1,378.

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Topics: Saving Money, Savings Account