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Back-to-School Budget Planning

  With summer days waning and school days approaching, you may be thinking less about vacation and more about getting the kids back to school. School supplies, new clothes, haircuts, textbooks, athletic fees, and recreational fees can add up to a bundle.
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Fabulous Family Savings Tips

  Even the most dedicated of parents admit that having young children home for the summer can get ho hum once the dog days of August roll around and the kids get restless. If you’ve already spent money taking your children on vacation,
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Financial Tips for Traveling Abroad

  Although the globe may seem more intimate since the Internet has brought many of us closer, there are differences in banking processes, ways to access money, and ways to make purchases in some foreign countries that can complicate your travels.
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Achieving Financial Independence

What is Wealth? To achieve wealth, it’s important to understand its definition. Although income from your job, however large the sum, is important to achieving your goals for wealth, it is not wealth. Wealth is defined as the part of your net worth,
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Financial Planning for Your Vacation

June’s arrival is sure to conjure happy thoughts of vacation. But your happy thoughts also might be accompanied by concerns about what a vacation will cost. Wherever you go, hotels, restaurant meals, and recreational activities can add up quickly.
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Tips for a Comfortable Retirement

The dream of retirement usually includes free time to do the things you enjoy. But if you don’t prepare properly, you may be one of millions of Americans who must continue working into their golden years. Popular Community Bank can help you take steps to help ensure you plan well so that you can live the retirement of your dreams.
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Money Management Starts With Your First Job

If you’ve just finished college and you’re starting your first job, you may be considering additional steps toward establishing your independence. For example, you might be thinking of renting an apartment or buying a car. But before you make decisions about how to spend your hard-earned money,
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Options for Your College Grad’s Student Loan

If your newly graduated son or daughter is returning home from college, then you may be considering how best to get him/her started on a path toward independence. Offering guidance in finding a job and emphasizing the importance of saving money are among first steps in helping your adult child become self-reliant.
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