Should you save money, pay off debt first, or split your funds between both?
Most experts recommend that you establish a solid emergency savings account and pay off credit card debt before you begin to pay down fixed-payment debt. When it comes to debt like credit cards and personal loans, you have a choice—pay off debts with the highest interest rate first or pay down the smallest debt first and then move on to the next one.
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While banks and credit unions offer nearly identical services and account choices, there are some key, money saving differences.
As not-for-profit, member-owned cooperatives, credit unions give back to members in the form of lower loan rates, fewer fees, and higher returns on deposits than you’d typically find at traditional banks. That’s more money for your savings account, your pocket, and your family.
Certificate accounts are a great way to make sure your money keeps its value until you need it.
Looking for the best return on your certificate account but need the flexibility to access your money along the way? Consider laddering.
When is the best time to open a savings account for your child? Today.
Almost everyone will have healthcare costs at some point—a little preparation can prevent those costs from crippling your finances.
Having money in savings is a great business practice—you're better prepared for emergencies and any other unexpected expenses that may come up. But what are some other times when it would be wise to tap into your business savings account, besides emergencies?
Consider these 5 smart ways to use your business savings.
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