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Back-to-School Savings for Your Household Budget

The start of a new school year means new teachers, new friends, and new challenges for kids and teenagers. It can also mean new and expensive supplies for parents to buy! This year, parents and students will spend 68 billion dollars getting ready for the new year of school. Savvy parents can take steps to

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Lifelong Money Management Tips

Life is an unpredictable adventure. Try as you might, you can never plan for unexpected events such as natural disasters, theft or death. The best way to prepare yourself and your loved ones for such emotionally unstable times is to have a well organized financial life. Use these tips to make sure that you have

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Successful Money Management Rules

Ten Rules for Successful Money Management   Never forget that the most important factor in wise money management is not how much money you make, it’s how you use your money. Here are ten rules that can help almost anyone achieve financial success. 1. Arrange a money management system that works for your family. It

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Financial Counseling – Understanding Money Management Basics

Understanding how to properly manage money can be complex and often intimidating.  Financial counseling provides insight into many strategies that will help to reduce debt, raise credit scores, and increase savings. Usually offered through local Credit Unions, financial counseling introduces members to qualified, friendly people that are trained in a variety of financial disciplines. In

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Certificate of Deposit – The Financial Safe Haven

A certificate of deposit is an extremely safe financial instrument designed to provide a higher yield than traditional savings accounts. CD’s can be an attractive savings alternative if the account holder does not need immediate access to the funds. Understanding CD’s Unlike stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, CD’s are not subject to daily market fluctuations. 

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Understanding Your Credit Score

A credit report is a reflection of an individual’s ability to manage money and debt. It serves as a tool for creditors to evaluate the credit worthiness of those seeking loans for a variety of purposes, including mortgages, vehicle loans, and revolving credit facilities. The combined record of activity in a person’s credit report results

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Planning Your Financial Success

Accel has been assisting individuals for more than 40 years. They are a team of highly qualified individuals and can give personalized answers to your individual needs.

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