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    Save Smarter

    It’s a quietly growing crime with often devastating consequences: financial fraud targeting older victims, often online. In 2017, the U.S. Treasury Department reported over 60,000 cases of elder financial abuse, a 19% increase over the previous year. If you’re among the millions of American women who provide some level of care to a parent or older relative, or if you just want to watch out for older family members, be on your guard with these tips from the Member One Fraud Team...

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    5 Financial Tips for College Freshmen

    You’ve picked out your dorm decorations, emailed your roommate, and printed out your class schedule and campus map. But, you’re not really ready for freshman year unless you’ve considered your finances! Here are five tips to get you off on the right financial foot for the next four years and beyond...

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    A Risk Worth Taking

    We may need to take risks in life in order to experience it to the fullest. But, we can be ready for when things don’t work out the way we hoped and planned by laying a solid foundation to fall back on.

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    Save Smarter: Get Financially Fit for 2019

    Make these four financial resolutions now to start your year off strong.  Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union It’s January and the gyms are full—we hope you’re making good progress on your new year’s wellness resolutions so far. But there’s another type of fitness you should also be focusing on at the start of 2019: your financial fitness. Flex your money muscles for the new year with these goals.  1. Strengthen your savings. If you don’t currently have an emergency savings fund—or you do but it’s looking a bit scrawny—this needs to be a top priority. Many financial experts recommend stashing three to six months’ worth of necessary expenses…