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If you’re a college student, managing money on your own is just one of many brand new adventures. The combination of newly found freedom and a lack of money management experience can result in some costly, real-world fumbles. At a time when you’re just beginning to build your financial reputation, steer clear of these sixRead More >>
You’ve probably seen the news regarding the recent data breach involving Equifax. Even though this is not a Georgia’s Own event, we want to make members aware of the facts as well as recommend some resources to help you respond to the data breach. Chances are good that the Equifax data breach affects you. What do youRead More >>
Every day, thousands of honest, hard-working people unknowingly have their personal information stolen by identity thieves. Information including your full name, social security number, credit card or bank account number, and medical insurance account number can be fraudulently used by a thief to assume your identity for their own financial gain. With your personal informationRead More >>
Are you a die-hard Georgia sports fan? The state of Georgia is headed north to take over the cities of South Bend and Chicago in September and we want YOU to be a part of it! We’ve partnered with 680 The Fan for tickets to the most talked about games of the season. Simply openRead More >>
College marks a significant transition period for many young adults — it’s a time of newfound freedom and the financial responsibilities that come with it. Whether your funds come from family, student loans, scholarships or your own wallet, you’ll need to budget for expenses like textbooks, housing and, yes, a social life. Knowing who’s footingRead More >>
With the total student loan debt in the United States hovering around a mind-blowing $1.23 trillion, it’s important to be smart about budgeting and managing your money while you’re in school so you’re not one of the 43 million Americans drowning in student loan debt. Creating and managing a budget isn’t the most fun inRead More >>