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An Open Letter to All Americans premium

Enough is Enough   Bank of America recently decided to charge $12 for checking accounts to people who have a balance under $1,500. 70% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their account – think about the impact.   Two facts make this decision especially disgusting. It targets customers who are already in financially tight […]

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Gabe Krajicek
November 22, 2017
Small business Saturday: 5 tips for local Christmas gift shopping premium

Finding small businesses to shop with can be a little trickier than finding the closest mall, but the benefits are well worth it. Here are a few places to start looking.

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Kasasa
October 19, 2016
Celebrating International Credit Union Day premium

International Credit Union Day (October 20) is the perfect day to show your credit union just how much you appreciate them.

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Jackson Wise
May 19, 2015
Millennials, not Boomers, feel most in control of their finances premium

79% of Millennials, more than any other age group, reported they feel the most in control of their finances – data that contradicts the stereotype of unemployed twenty-somethings living off their parents while paying down student loans.

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Kasasa
December 11, 2014
8 fun and affordable DIY Hanukkah decorations premium

Eight days of gifts can put a big enough dent in your wallet, and that’s without spending money on Hanukkah decorations too. Switching to do-it-yourself crafts for your Hanukkah decorations this year can give the family something fun to do together and save you a little cash during what often feels like the season of spending.

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Kasasa
May 22, 2014
This little Piggy is a 2014 Appy Award Winner! premium

52,000 downloads. 9,800 goals achieved. Ranked #1 App for Kids. PiggyBot is helping kids learn smart money management. And it’s free!

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Kasasa
April 30, 2014
7 fun family activities to keep you busy during Screen-Free Week premium

There are many ways computers, mobile devices, and the internet have made our lives better, but the flip side of all the benefits they bring into our lives is the unhealthy, growing tendency to spend huge amounts of time in front of screens each day.   The average adult spends over 8 hours in front […]

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Kasasa
April 16, 2014
Study: Americans care about checking fees—but often don’t check for them premium

Checking accounts are among the most basic, widely available financial products in existence, but how much attention does the average American pay to his or her checking choices? Not as much as you might think, according to a new study.   The Consumer Banking Insights Survey—commissioned by Kasasa® in conjunction with more than 200 community […]

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Kasasa
February 25, 2014
Study: Americans Still Angry With Big Banks [INFOGRAPHIC] premium

Thought to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the 2008 collapse of several major financial institutions — along with the government bailout of others — helped propel the United States into a four-year-long recession. The crisis damaged the reputations of many financial giants and caused lawmakers and consumers alike to take a […]

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Kasasa
February 6, 2014
How to beat an Olympian (in savings) premium

With the Winter Olympics upon us, all eyes are on the world's greatest athletes. While some of the biggest awards this season go to the Olympians who head home later this month with luggage made heavier by gold, silver, or bronze medals, you may be surprised to learn the actual value of those medals is […]

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