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The season of parties and gift-giving doesn't also need to be a time of financial stress.

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Conserving water doesn’t just reduce your monthly utility bills, it’s also good for the environment.

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If having one checking account is good, are multiple accounts even better? How many accounts do you really need?

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Should you find yourself out of work right now, there is still a lot you can do to stay on top of your finances during tough times.

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Buying a home is usually more expensive up front, but it’s an investment that has the potential to gain value in the future.

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It’s been a difficult and uncertain few months, and this year has forced many to reassess their relationship with money. 

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Over the past 12 months, we have worked hard to build a banking experience designed to make managing your finances personal and delightful.

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Having a checking account can be a safe and practical way to manage your money, but there are a few things to know first.

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Also called a non-sufficient funds fee, this is one of the most common and frustrating hidden bank fees.

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While using debit cards online is relatively safe, there are things that you can do to protect yourself and your information even more. 

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Get rewarded for doing something that you do all the time: telling a friend about something great.

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You don’t need to know the exact amount down to the penny at every moment, but it’s a good idea to know whether your balance is $500 or $50.

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