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Don’t let December spending give you a January hangover

Last Updated: 11/30/2015 1:37:31 PM

According to a November 2015 Gallup poll, Americans expect to spend more on average for the Christmas holiday compared to last year. While this may be a positive sign for retailers, it could become a pain in your budget that you’ll feel long after the season is over. Take a few tips from us to stay out of spending trouble and enjoy your holidays more.


Scholarships help boost financial literacy in the classroom

Last Updated: 11/23/2015 10:59:35 AM

Member Benefits was very pleased to award four Wisconsin educators scholarships to attend the National Institute of Financial and Economic Literacy (NIFEL) Summer Institute financial literacy courses. The NIFEL program provides educators with the tools they need to teach personal finance in the classroom with seminars on basic to advanced financial topics. Read more about the award winners.


The perfectly bored investor...

Last Updated: 11/19/2015 9:33:43 AM

In our article, "Find investing boring? Good," we talked about how, for most of us, taking a more lackluster, long-term approach to investing is a better way to grow wealth over time. In today's blog, we share some common traits of investors who are in it for the long haul.


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My 2 cents

Published: 04/30/2015  

My 2 centsSarah Klein is a 27-year-old art teacher—and a Millennial (born 1980 through mid-2000s). It’s a generation now facing adult decisions about their finances. Sarah shares her story about coming into her own financially and learning that, even when dealing with debt, she can and should still save for her future.

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