Tag Archives: Financial education

Kristen

I do or I don’t. Being a bridesmaid can come with a hefty pricetag

The phone rings, and all I can hear through the speaker is “I said yes…” In typical situations, you might ask, said yes to what? Ordering a grilled cheese for lunch? Doing someone’s laundry? However, I’ve reached the age where  Continue Reading »

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Lori R

Why I yard sale: A Susquehanna employee’s weekly hunt for hidden treasures

It’s 6 a.m. on a Saturday in May and there’s a chill in the air.  I dress for comfort and fill my travel mug to the brim with caramel swirl coffee.  Baseball cap … check.  Survival kit … check.  My  Continue Reading »

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Facing Financial Fears on Friday the 13th

Do you catch the ‘creeps’ on Friday the 13th? Even if superstition isn’t your thing, it’s tough to avoid the sense of fear that lingers. This Friday is the first occurrence of the dreaded day this year and I’m sure  Continue Reading »

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Amy

Banking through the decades: Tips for your 20s, 30s and beyond

My parents opened a savings account for me shortly after I was born to deposit any money I received from birthdays to babysitting jobs.  I opened my first checking account after I started my first ‘real’ job at 16. After  Continue Reading »

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Claudia

Financial should-haves and could-haves: What are yours?

I should have… If only I would have… Why did I EVER…? Do you find yourself looking at your savings account, 401(k) balance, checkbook and wonder where your paycheck went and what happened to your nest egg?

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The Best Financial Advice I’ve Received, Courtesy of Dad.

I had a garage sale last weekend, full of mounds and mounds of baby clothes and toys that I had no qualms about parting with. In fact, I couldn’t believe we had amassed that much “stuff” in four years. For  Continue Reading »

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Claudia

How Long Can You Go Without …? Take ‘Financial Dare’ and Watch Savings Add Up

Remember playing Truth or Dare as a kid?  Sure, we all do.  Well, what if I asked you to play right now – financially?   Don’t worry, I’m not suggesting you take a big financial risk (or tell us a deep  Continue Reading »

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Vacation Savings Tips that Add up to Hundred$ In Your Wallet

I try not to take a vacation from being frugal, even when I’m on vacation. Sure, I’ll try to squeeze in a nice, indulgent dinner at a great restaurant, but I can feel good about doing it when I know I’ve  Continue Reading »

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Josué

America Saves Week: February 25 – March 3

Perhaps this has happened to you when walking into your favorite store…the first thing you see is a rack screaming “JUST ARRIVED – 50% OFF TODAY!” and you think to yourself, “Great!  I will be able to save some money  Continue Reading »

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Claudia

Focus on Financial Literacy for National Young Readers Week

Do you know that November 12th is the start of National Young Readers Week?  Susquehanna is dedicated to furthering the cause of literacy, and does so through its Mind Your Pennies events.  Mind Your Pennies is an interactive story time  Continue Reading »

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