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How to Avoid Unnecessary Traveling Fees

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In the following post, we have outlined some topics to take into consideration when planning your finances for a winter vacation. Don't let uneccesary fees hold you down financially!

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The Most Common Questions about Credit Cards

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Many people have credit cards, but how many truly understand their credit card and how to use it effectively? Take a look at our latest blog for some of the more commonly asked questions about credit and credit cards!

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Tips for Protecting Yourself from Cyber Criminals

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In the following blog, we have highlighted a few actions and behaviors to be on the lookout for when it comes to dealing with cyber criminals. Take a look at our tips here for the best ways to avoid becoming a victim!

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How can you minimize the financial damage of Back-to-School spending?

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Believe it or not, there is a new school year right around the corner and parents are rushing to make sure their students are prepared for the first day of classes; but at what financial cost? Here we have highlighted some suggestions for how to save some money this back-to-school season!

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Marrying Your Finances

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Wedding season is quickly approaching for many! You may have been working through a checklist of vendors to book, items to purchase and center pieces to design; but have you talked about finances yet? Getting your finances organized is a huge part of the marriage process. Follow some of these steps to make sure you are ready when the big day comes!

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What is a "Good" Credit Score?

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From the news, to financial applications, and even from friends and family—we all have heard about the importance of a good credit score, but what makes a credit score “good” and what can you do to obtain and preserve a good score?

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Toss These Household Items With Your Spring Cleaning!

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It’s spring cleaning time again which for many means sorting through the nooks and crannies of your house, looking for items you forgot you even owned, and hauling it all away normally just to make room for new stuff (we aren’t judge, we do it too!), but what about replacing some items you use everyday day that are a harbor for bacteria? We made a list of some items that you might want to get rid of and start fresh this season. Be warned, you will probably want to go home and bleach everything after you read this!

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What’s the Difference Between Running my Debit Card as Credit or Debit?

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When you go to run your CES Credit Union VISA® debit card at the checkout, you will often have the choice to run that transaction as “debit” or as “credit” leading you to ask the question, “What’s the difference?”

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The Best Value-Boosting Home Improvements

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Let’s begin by getting one thing straight, not all upgrades are equal. Some improvements will not raise the value/ resale price of your home as much as you would hope. Another way to put it is just because you make an improvement, it does not mean you will get your money back. Resale is about making your home attractive to a wide variety of people therefore you should focus on the improvements that are most desirable by the majority of home buyers. Here is a list of some cost effective improvements that will help you reach your home value goals!

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Building Better Credit Habits

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U.S. consumers are once again increasing their collective credit card debt, which now exceeds $1 trillion.

The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act protections, which went into effect in February 2009, require card issuers to disclose rates and other information more clearly. This should make it easier for consumers to monitor what they owe. But, regulations can't prevent people from making poor debt management habits.

Here's some advice for controlling credit card use:

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