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We try to fit a lot into our holiday budgets, and travel can account for a pretty big slice of the pie. But even if you’re just beginning to think about the costs of visiting loved ones this holiday season, it’s not too late to save. About half (49%) of American adults plan to spendRead More >>
In the wake of Hurricane Irma and the other natural disasters experienced around the country over the past several weeks, many of our members are in need of additional assistance to see them through this period, and countless others are searching for ways to lend a hand. Here’s how we feel the Georgia’s Own familyRead More >>
Every year, millions of people make New Year’s resolutions – whether it’s trying to lose weight, find a new job, reduce stress, and everything in between. One popular resolution is saving money, but this goal can be difficult to achieve. So, here are five, simple ways to start (and keep!) your financial resolution for 2019. CreateRead More >>
Educating your child about money and financial responsibility is a big job—and an overwhelming one at that. The lessons they learn early in life will teach them the value of a hard-earned dollar and serve as the foundation for their future spending and savings habits. No pressure there, right? Money is such a broad topicRead More >>
If you added up all your debt, how high is that number? And do you think it’s more or less than say, your best friend’s? Or maybe your boss’s? According to the 2016 American Household Credit Card Debt Study, the average household has racked up a whopping $135,924 in debt. Yeah, a big chunk ofRead More >>