By the end of January, many of us will have forgotten all about our New Year’s resolutions. It can be difficult to change our lives, even when it’s for the better. Knowing this, we want you to know that, in your financial life, there are changes you can make today that will last the entire year.
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In the weeks leading up to the holidays, every trip to the mall means battling crowds and retail manipulation priming us to overspend. No worries, though; we’ve got 10 incredible mall shopping hacks to make your trip a little easier on you and a bit lighter on your budget!
The holiday season is a special time. With Charlie Brown on TV and carols on the radio, and an ever-growing list of people to shop for, it's easy to get carried away. The pressure to over-shop and overspend when you're rushing to buy everything on your list can be overwhelming. No worries, though; we've got you covered!
Small businesses across the country are what keep the economy going. In fact, according to the Small Business Administration (SBA), the 28 million small businesses in America account for 54 percent of all sales in the country.
USCCU is happy to be offering Certificate and IRA specials to our members for a limited time only! Both certificates and IRAs are great products to save money and prepare yourself for a more financially secure future.
Cut your energy costs by making your home smarter! If you haven’t already done so, switch to LED light bulbs only. Switching just five bulbs can save you $65 a year in energy costs.
Hobbies don’t need to be expensive. Here are nine great ideas to give you some downtime without breaking your budget.
With the biggest spending season of the year looming ahead, it’s time to brush up on your shopping smarts. Don’t get caught springing for something you can’t afford!
Here are a few tips on how to not break the bank with a simple trip to the grocery store. Don’t: Leave the House Hungry. Only shop while on a full stomach. This way, you won’t buy to satisfy your lingering hunger pangs.
Homeowners can expect to spend about $9,390 every year on costs associated with owning and caring for a home, according to an analysis by online real estate company Zillow and local services company Thumbtack.