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8 Blows an Emergency Fund Can Help Lessen [Infographic]

Why bother with an emergency fund? Because, as John Lennon wrote, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” Here are...

Using the COVID-19 Quarantine to Develop Better Financial Habits

Whether you’re still hunkered down in your home or just spending less time out and about since the coronavirus pandemic, chances are you’ve found yourself...

Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

If you’re putting off writing the check for your rent or mortgage, paying your bills, or even buying food until your next paycheck, then you’re...

Traveling on a Budget

How to Travel on a Budget

As places start to reopen after months of COVID-19-related restrictions and shutdowns, many Americans are ready to start traveling again. But it’s been so long...

Tips for Lowering Your Electric Bill

How to Lower Your Electric Bill

The cost of electricity can eat up a substantial portion of your monthly budget, particularly if you live in a part of the country where...

Four Ways to Prepare for a Financial Emergency

Tips for Preparing for a Financial Emergency | Credit One Bank

A financial emergency can occur at most any time and, if you’re not prepared, it could negatively affect your financial health, both short- and long-term....