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Home Maintenance Checklist for the Spring

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It may not feel like it right now, but spring is right around the corner! And the winter weather has given you plenty of time to think about potential home improvements that you’d like to tackle once the temperature gets warmer. But before planning on any home improvements, it’s a good idea to do some simple maintenance checks around your house. Read this blog for our suggested maintenance checklist!

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Financial Resolutions for 2023

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Resolutions are there to help you improve various aspects of life or to help you create better habits, but it takes significant will-power to follow through with goals and resolutions. While resolutions can vary from health-related to career-focused, one of the more important and reasonable areas where people can make significant improvement is related to their finances. Read the following blog to learn how to establish better financial habits!

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Tis the Season for Utility Scams

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The cold is upon us and thus a fresh new round of scams are in season! Unfortunately, scammers don’t take any holidays. Scammers are always looking for an opportunity to capitalize on panicked victims, so this time they are targeting your utility bills! Learn about how to avoid these scammers in this blog.

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Spending Smart for the Holidays

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The holiday season is upon us! And with that comes the inevitability of holiday spending. Buying gifts for friends and family is fun but, if you’re not spending smart, you can put a big dent in your pocketbook by the end of the season. So how do you spend smart? Take a look at some of the suggestions we have for how you can spend responsibly this holiday season.

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Seminar for Elder Fraud and Financial Exploitation coming to Mount Vernon October 21st

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The Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc. and CES Credit Union will be hosting an Elder Fraud and Financial Exploitation Seminar on Oct. 21st at 9:00 a.m. at The Station Break located at 160 Howard Street in Mount Vernon.

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CES Credit Union Brings Financial Education to the Classroom!

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On October 28th of 2021, Ohio Governor Mike Dewine signed into law Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), which contains financial literacy requirements in the classroom. SB 1 requires students who enter ninth grade on or after July 1, 2022, to complete one-half unit of instruction in financial literacy as part of the required high school curriculum. Learn how CES Credit Union is prepared to help!

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Take Advantage of Tax-Free Back-to-School Shopping!

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It may feel like the start of school is miles away, but in reality there is less than a month before students head back to school. This means it’s time to get into some back-to-school shopping! With inflation on the rise, being resourceful this back-to-school shopping season is important. One valuable resource to take advantage of is the annual Ohio Sales Tax Holiday for Back-to-School shopping! Learn more in our latest blog.

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Saving Money this July 4th Weekend

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July 4th weekend is upon us. For most, this means cookouts, time with family, sitting by the pool and, of course, a three-day weekend! All of this makes Independence Day one of the more enjoyable federal holidays of the year. However, with costs a little higher this year, you might be wondering what are some ways to enjoy the weekend festivities without breaking the bank. Here we have highlighted some ideas for how to save a little money this July 4th weekend while still having a great time!

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Financial Advice for Graduates

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Understanding how to best manage your finances post-graduation is vital to establishing a good financial future! In this blog, we have outlined a few areas to keep in mind when you are planning for your post-graduation financial future.

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Planning your first RV or Camper Trip: Tips you need to know!

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With first-time RV and camper trips on the upward trend, it’s never a bad idea to be reminded of a few helpful tips for your trip! Read this blog for more information.

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