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As National Military Appreciation Month begins, we are reminded of the many sacrifices that service members and their families make to protect our nation. In honor of their service, we have highlighted six financial tips to help military families reduce the stress of managing money.
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In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, Horizon is partnering with the American Bankers Association to highlight personal finance resources and urge customers to take an active role in managing and protecting their money.
As Americans begin the process of filing tax returns, identity thieves are scheming to get their hands on that money.
Debit and Credit card theft used to be less complex. A thief would steal a purse, go to a nearby store, and run up thousands of dollars in fraudulent charges. Nowadays, thanks to the Internet, debit card and identity theft can happen anywhere.
No one wants to find themselves in a sticky financial situation. Emergency funds are important, and you need to know how much you should be saving for those rough financial patches.