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Brian Jul 1
Replying to @Experian
A9 - Education & communication! I've created an eBook. How to Rock Your Money - A Teenagers Guide to Financial Success Expose young adults to money topics and build a healthy relationship with money before they begin their financial lives.
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Money Fit by DRS Jul 28
Tomorrow's from : Building Credit from Scratch. Can't wait! Will you join? No RSVP required, but if you do, you get entered to win 1 of 2 $50 Amazon gift cards. Chat with you soon!
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Megan DeMatteo Jul 1
Learned talking w/ that she advocates paying off debts that are emotionally dragging you down first—for many that's the 1 w/ highest APR. Whether financial or emotional, all debt's got a cost. Manage however's best for you. Start small and keep going!
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CosmoFrank Jul 15
Replying to @Experian
A8 do jumping jacks, push-ups and other exercises that don’t require equipment
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EtradelinePro Tradlines Post In 10-15 Days Jun 26
Did you know that High Limit can help your grow? Let Me Tell You How
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Brian Jul 1
A9 - Understand how stressful and restricting being in debt can be.
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Experian #StaySafe Jul 29
Trying to get credit for the first time can feel like you're going in circles. Without a credit history, it's difficult to get credit; but without credit, you can't build a credit history. Join our for tips to get out of this loop & establish credit for the first time
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Forbes Advisor Jul 22
A10: The average American has a ton of bills to pay and, in times of financial hardship, those bills have the potential to turn into a major problem. Here are 14 ways to cut expenses and save money in challenging financial times.
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Forbes Advisor Jul 22
A8: Making an emergency budget for the long term can help if you’re experiencing tough financial times now or if you anticipate a job layoff or loss down the line. Here are 5 steps you can take right now to manage your budget wisely.
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Ted Rossman Jun 10
A7. Communication is key! Don't keep financial secrets - they undermine trust and relationships. Don't commit financial infidelity
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Take Charge America Jul 22
Replying to @Experian
A8. Start small and be consistent and disciplined. Even saying $10-$15 from every paycheck will start to add up. Do not dip into those funds unless it’s a true emergency.
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Sarah Lai Aug 5
A4: I think the best way to monitor all your subscription services is to use the same card to sign up for them & regularly audit. Ask yourself every few months if you need those subscriptions or not. Speaking of which, I'm going to need to cancel my gym membership!
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HerMoney Aug 5
Join us at 's to talk all things decluttering & simplifying your finances. See you there!
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FTWCCU Jul 29
Join me today at 2pm for this week's 💬 Today's topic: Tips to start your journey 💳
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Larry Sprung, CFP® Jul 15
Q10. It is also important to find an exercise you enjoy and will continue to use. For me my is worth every penny because I have stuck with it.
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FTWCCU Jul 22
Replying to @Experian
Doing pretty good on this Wednesday. Hope everyone else is keeping safe!
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Milky G Jul 21
So excited to participate in 's ! Will you be joining?
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Rod Griffin Jul 22
Always look forward to on Wednesday! So much great insight!
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Yankees Fan Aug 5
Replying to @Experian
I thank all of you for your time and expertise!
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Yankees Fan Aug 5
A9 we have a financial advisor who touches base with us quarterly for our stocks and bonds and other financial issues
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