Tag Archives: Personal finance

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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Amy

Banking When and Where I Want To Do It? YES, please!

Lucky for me, I work for a bank and can conveniently walk across the street from my office building to do my banking.  I also live less than 2 miles away from the Susquehanna Bank branch in my town and  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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Josué

Getting (and Staying) Financially Fit for the Rest of 2012

Can you believe that February 2012 is already here? Perhaps it seems like yesterday that you made a New Year’s resolution to get financially fit, yet somehow you have already gotten off course. Perhaps your goals were too high or  Continue Reading »

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Don’t Let “Ho, Ho, Ho!” Become “Owe, Owe, Owe!” – Avoid Holiday Overspending

Before the last stitch was even in my son’s Halloween costume this year, I spied TV commercials encouraging me to start my Christmas shopping. It appears Black Friday is no longer the official start of the holiday shopping season, like  Continue Reading »

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Alison

Do You Have Any Coupons?

That’s what the nice voice from the grocery store’s self-check-out register always asks me after I finish scanning my items. I usually answer, “No.” Coupons?  I don’t have time to cut out coupons. And then one night I was flipping  Continue Reading »

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Tim

“Tips” for Travelers: What to Pay Waiters, Drivers, Tour Guides & More

As the school year is coming to a close and warm weather is finally hitting the East Coast, our attention begins turning toward vacation. Soon, hotels will book up, flights will go on standby, and beaches will be packed with  Continue Reading »

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Keeping Your Account in Check

Spring is such a wonderful season! It’s time for you to buy gardening tools, plan your summer vacation, buy presents for all the weddings and graduation parties you’re going to be invited to, and buy new clothes for all those  Continue Reading »

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Josué

Five Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

If you’re like me, you’ve been dreaming about spring for a while. You’ve been impatiently waiting to put away the snow shovel and start your spring cleaning. Speaking of spring cleaning, this would be a great time to get your  Continue Reading »

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Getting to “You’re Hired”: Tips for Job Interviews & Transition

Congratulations, you’ve written a powerful resume, and you’ve been selected to audition for your dream job. What are the next steps to turn the dream into a reality? Here are a few pointers about job interviews and transition issues that  Continue Reading »

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