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You want to take more control over your money. We have the top financial wellness tips. These personal finance tips can help you reach all your money goals.

Financial Wellness
9 Reasons To Start Saving For The Holidays Today

The holiday lights and decorations are tucked away in your attack or garage. Holiday music has stopped playing at your local mall. You’re no longer scouring the internet or stores for the perfect gift. And all the holiday guests have left. Phew! Let’s talk about the 2024 holiday season. Now is the perfect time to start saving money for this year’s end-of-year celebrations.

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Financial Wellness
Give Yourself The Gift Of Savings

We hope you received everything you hoped for during the holiday season. If not, it’s time to give yourself a gift that keeps giving: The gift of saving money. On the surface, it may not sound as exciting as what was on your holiday wish list, but it’s a habit that can help you.

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Financial Wellness
What’s The Real Cost Of A Gift Card?

We’re in the final weeks of the holiday shopping season. You have a gift for everyone on your list. Well, almost everyone. There always seems to be one or two hard-to-buy-for people. Or people you want to acknowledge, but getting something too personal may not be appropriate. Gift cards have become the go-to gift for many of us. In fact, according to WalletHub, sales of gift cards are expected to reach $204 billion this year.

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Credit Union News
Best 5-Year CD Rates In California!

The economy is fickle. There are peaks and declines. The stock market climbs one quarter and crashes the next. And when it comes to interest rates, over the past five years, we bet you thought they couldn’t get any lower and wondered if they’d ever go down.

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Financial Wellness
The 2×2 System: A Yearly Financial Wellness Calendar. November.

or most people working for a company, a significant part of the job is sifting through a whole lot of emails to determine which contain vital information. That means a bunch of potentially useful stuff—like updates on employee benefits—gets weeded out simply because there’s not enough time to engage with everything. But now, during this month when open enrollment typically happens, give yourself time to review the offerings for each of these potentially valuable employee benefits:

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