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Your Budget vs. High Inflation

Assess your budget now that inflation has reached record highs. Here are  five budget-cutting suggestions to trim your budget in order to help you combat inflation at home.

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Questions for Your Lender

Applying for a mortgage can be overwhelming, but a little planning can go a long way, especially for first-time homebuyers. Homebuyers can make the process easier for themselves and their lender by following a few simple steps.

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What To Do With All This Equity

A home equity line of credit, often known as a HELOC, is a revolving credit line secured by your home that you can use to pay for major expenses or consolidate higher-interest debt from other loans like credit cards.

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Commit to Your Finances this Valentine's Day

As many people prepare to honor the ones they love and the relationship commitments they've made, we encourage our customers to consider making a financial commitment as well this Valentine's Day.


How to Improve Your Credit Score

When it comes to personal finances, your credit score is the single most important number you should know. A strong credit score can open up doors to loans and credit cards that offer better terms and rates than you would receive with a low score.


5 Effective Tips for Scholarship Applications

It’s no secret that a college education is expensive, and the price tag can be intimidating for parents as well as students. With scholarships, the cost of education can be significantly reduced. Getting your application noticed is key. Here are five tips for completing scholarship applications.


Credit Scores: What You Need to Know

When it comes to personal finances, your credit score is the single most important number you should know. It’s also important to know how to build and continually improve your credit score throughout your life.

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