Sensible Advice for your Money

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Building Your Credit

Leaving home for the first time? Starting college? As you build a life out on your own, you’ll need to take care of your financial life, too. This is a good time to start building your credit history.​

 
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Repairing Credit

Do you currently have a low credit score? Whatever the reason, you should know that you’re not alone. And you can start now to get back on track. Just be patient – it takes time and effort to improve your credit.

 
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Benefits of Online Banking

Who can find the time? With fast-paced lives and splitting time between work and family, it can be difficult to find additional time to keep track of your finances. By using some best practices you can make sure to protect your finances and have peace of mind, without having to sacrifice your time.

 
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Worthwhile Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

According to the Internal Revenue Service, more than 70 percent of the nation’s taxpayers received a tax refund averaging nearly $3,000 in 2017 and will get a similar amount this year.

 
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Financial spring cleaning tips

As Americans kick off the spring season by cleaning, sorting and tidying up around the house, is encouraging consumers to add financial organization to their spring cleaning to-do list. To help, we have highlighted six tips for organizing your financial house.

 
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Financial Basics for Millennials

As a young adult, you already know your financial choices are important. Millennials (born between 1981 and 1997) face a tight job market, big student loans, and more. To minimize stress and achieve your personal goals, responsible decision-making is critical.

 
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How to Minimize ATM Fees

No one wants to pay fees on their hard earned money. We’ve put together several tips on how to avoid paying ATM fees. Tip: beware of getting charged extra fees when you use ATMs in convenience stores, hotels, and restaurants.

 
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Financial Traps New College Graduates Should Avoid

As college students across the nation graduate and start their careers, financial responsibility should be a top priority. We have identified six traps that could hinder new college graduates from securing their financial future.

 

The Earned Income Tax Credit: What You Need to Know

Horizon wants to ensure that workers across the country know about the advantages of this tax credit. We want to make sure you’re aware of this opportunity to get money back from the government when you do your taxes this year.

 
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Finding Scholarships that Fit

If you or one of your family members is planning to begin college in the next year, this is a good time to start looking into scholarships to help fund higher education.

 
 
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