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    • How Social Media Is Affecting Your Spending

      Published on Jan 08, 2018

      Social media platforms include a variety of web and mobile-based applications and websites that are designed to facilitate users in creating and sharing content. Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, you use social media everyday! These platforms have risen astronomically in popularity over the past decade compared to static, non-interactive services, and they have also made a considerable impact (although you may not realize it) on our spending habits.

    • Why Your YOLO Lifestyle Will Lead You to Be Broke

      Published on Jan 03, 2018

      The concept of "YOLO," or "you only live once," has become a popular theme among millennials. While the message of not allowing fear to dominate your life or letting opportunities pass you by is admirable, too often it can be used as an excuse to justify poor financial decision-making. After all, if you live only in the now, you do not have to worry about the tough tasks of saving money, investing, or making critical financial decisions for your future.

    • Ignite Your Financial Future in 2018

      Published on Dec 26, 2017

      With 2018 around the corner, you've likely started telling yourself, "New year, new me!" If so, that's great! Take a moment to ensure the "new you" includes new financial planning. From reviewing your finances to paying off debt, here are four financial resolutions to consider for 2018.

    • 7 Last Minute Gifts Under $50

      Published on Dec 12, 2017

      If you missed all the great sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, don't fret! You can still get your holiday shopping done on a budget and from the comfort of your couch. Check out these great gift ideas for the loved ones in your life.

    • How to Host a Holiday Party on a Budget

      Published on Dec 04, 2017

      From buying gifts to throwing parties - during the holiday season you end up spending money as if it grows on trees. Then when January rolls around, you're on a ramen noodle diet! It doesn't have to be like this. I'm here to give you a couple quick tips on how to host an authentic and creative holiday party that's well within budget.

    • 7 Ways to Give Back this Holiday Season without Spending a Dime

      Published on Nov 27, 2017

      Check out these 7 ways to give back without spending a dime!

    • Dreams Come True, Thanks To Our Friends in Blue

      Published on Nov 14, 2017

      This year, once again for many underprivileged kids in the Cedar Rapids area, Santa will be wearing a badge and driving a police car. The Cedar Rapids Protective Police Charity is raising money for their annual Santa Cop program, where local officers will take kids shopping for warm winter clothes and perhaps a few toys as well.

    • How to Retire Early

      Published on Nov 06, 2017

      Wish you could retire right now? For some of us, this may seem like a fantasy that will never be reached. But, most Americans can retire early if they take the right steps.

    • Why You Should Open a Savings Account

      Published on Oct 23, 2017

      According to a new survey, approximately 26% of adults have no savings set aside for emergencies while another 36% have yet to start putting away money for their retirement. But sometimes, life happens. We are frequently faced with unexpected expenses, ranging from a traffic ticket to medical bills. Using a savings account is the easiest and least expensive way for many families to cover these expenses.

    • The 4 Biggest Credit Union Myths

      Published on Oct 18, 2017

      With International Credit Union Day right around the corner, we'll dispel four of the biggest myths about credit unions.

    • Ways to Go Green and Save Some Green

      Published on Oct 12, 2017

      By following these steps, you can help the environment, all while saving money. Go green and save some green in the process!

    • 5 Financial Rules of Thumb to Live By

      Published on Oct 10, 2017

      Live by these five rules of thumb to get your finances on track and save more than you ever thought possible.

    • Money Saving Tips for Your Wedding

      Published on Sep 27, 2017

      Day dreaming of your dream wedding but dreading the thought of paying for it all? Lucky for you, we have put together a master list filled with advice that will save you hundreds (maybe even thousands) of dollars on that special day.

    • Collins Community Credit Union Named 2017 Top Workplace by Des Moines Register

      Published on Sep 21, 2017

      Collins Community Credit Union, headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Des Moines Register.

    • Steps to Start an Emergency Fund from Zero

      Published on Sep 18, 2017

      You know you should have an emergency fund, but where do you start? The key word is "start." Check out our latest blog post to learn how to start building up your emergency fund.

    • Money Savings Tips Every College Student Should Know

      Published on Sep 05, 2017

      Are you the kind of person who has a taste for fine wine, but can only afford a beer budget? It's okay, we understand. College can be expensive. Actually, let's scratch that; college IS expensive. However, there are multiple money saving tips that can save you cash and increase your savings.

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