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Savings & Budgeting

Participate in America Saves Week and Build Yourself a Better Future

By: Holly Benedetto02.25.22
American Heritage Credit Union has partnered with America Saves to promote America Saves Week 2022! It’s never too late to start your personal savings challenge and journey towards financial wellness. #ASW2022 follows a five-day format with a different savings theme for each day. Keep reading to find the best strategies for your lifestyle.
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Savings & Budgeting

8 Banking Fees You Should Know About (and How To Avoid Them)

By: American Heritage01.06.22
From monthly checking account fees to surprise ATM surcharges, Americans are paying way too much for their banking. If you’ve ever gotten an unexpected bank charge – or a few of them – you know how it feels. If your New Year’s resolution is to save money, knowing about these eight common banking fees and how to avoid them is a great first step.
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Savings & Budgeting

Spend Less, Save More, and Get Out of Debt in the New Year

By: American Heritage12.30.21
Maybe you overdid it with the holiday spending. Between buying presents and traveling to see loved ones, it’s easy to lose track of exactly how much you’re spending. But when you get your January statements and see all your purchases in black and white… ouch. Seeing a lower balance than you’d like in your checking account and a higher credit card bill than you expected can be just the wake-up call you need to take control of your spending.
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Savings & Budgeting

What You Should Know About Paycheck Advance Apps

By: Holly Benedetto08.12.21
The gap between paydays can seem to stretch on and on. To combat this, some app developers have stepped in with a proposed solution: paycheck advance apps. A way to get your paycheck early sounds like a dream come true, but what’s the catch?
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Savings & Budgeting

What's the Right Amount for Your Emergency Fund?

By: American Heritage07.29.21
Everyone knows that saving money is essential if you want to build a financially secure future. But having a general savings account may not be enough to help you get through those lean times (such as losing a job) or to cover a surprise bill (such as medical expenses or car repairs). You need to develop a solid emergency savings fund if you want to keep your finances in good shape.



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