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Impulse Buys: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Don’t end up with a fist full of nothing. Impulse buys are a common enemy of people who try to save money but just can’t seem to stop the aimless purchase here and there. Many personal finance experts would have you believe that any impulse buy is terrible but that isn’t always the case. Let’s learn about the culprits and … Continue reading

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Saving – 3 Tips to Help You Get Started

 So, you want to start saving? Money can be a difficult thing to manage. Planning… Budgeting… Saving… everybody has a different strategy! Below are 3 tips that will guide you in the right direction: Create a realistic savings goal. First off, your savings must be realistic. It doesn’t matter if you’re saving for a big ticket item or retirement. Create a short term … Continue reading

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5 Home Renovation Trends That’ll Add Value to Your Home

New Front Door An oldie but goodie. Adding a new front door can add significant curb appeal and increase the value of your home. When deciding on a new front door it is important to keep within the style of the house but to also add edge and flare – think a large red door on a white façade. Formal Dining Rooms … Continue reading

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Credit Unions vs. Banks

Credit Union or Bank… What’s the Difference? Let’s break down 5 reasons why it makes sense to use a credit union. Not-for-profit: Credit unions, such as Heritage, are not-for-profit financial institutions. Our members come first. Unlike banks, credit unions are owned by members not stockholders. How does this affect credit union members? Better dividends on deposit accounts, less tiresome fees and lower rates … Continue reading

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