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Saving Enough For Taxes In The Gig Economy


The Gig Economy – Taxes The Gig Economy is growing.While the working world is changing, the one thing that remains the same is that all workers must pay taxes. If you are working as a contractor or freelancer, you may have to pay the IRS for self-employment tax. One question that all members of the…

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Student Debt Game Plan

Student Debt

With student debt continually rising, it is important to come up with a game plan. Many recent high school graduates don’t actually understand how much college costs and what their student debt will be once they are finished. Help your child learn about student debt and come up with a plan to pay it off….

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Effectively Managing Fluctuating Income

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Whether you are a freelancer, an hourly employee with hours that fluctuate, or work on commission, your income may be different from month to month. However, just because you have an income that fluctuates, doesn’t mean you can’t manage your money. Check out these tips to learn how to effectively manage your money during a…

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Saving In The Gig Economy

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What Is The Gig Economy? Many people have heard of the gig economy, but what exactly is it? The gig economy is an environment where temporary positions are the norm and organizations create contracts with independent workers for short-term work. This provides workers with more flexibility, exposure, and allows them to create a bigger portfolio….

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Pay Off Your Student Loans Faster

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How will I pay off my student debt? How long will it take me to pay back my school loans? These question may run through your mind often. With the cost of education continually rising, it is no wonder people are worried about how they will pay for education. According to, With over 44…

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Become Financially Independent

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What is financial independence? Financial independence is the ability to live comfortably off one’s savings and investments with no debt. While this might seem impossible, it can be easier than you think. If you can create a plan, be disciplined, and have some sort of financial guidance, you can reach your goal. The Family Credit…

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Purchase A New Car Tomorrow

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Are you in the market to purchase a new vehicle? When it comes to buying a new car, timing is everything. Knowing when the right time to car shop can help to save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. The Family Credit Union has come up with tips to help you save the most…

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How To Save Money On Vacation


Summertime is finally here which means it’s time for vacation! Traveling can be expensive. Those transportation costs, hotels, and restaurant meals begin to quickly add. According to CreditDonkey, the average vacation costs $1,145 per person. The Family Credit Union has created a list to help you save money on your vacation this summer. 1. Look…

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First-Time Credit Card Users


Getting your first credit card can be an exciting, but scary thought. If you are wanting to buy a house or car down the road with a good interest rate, building credit is important. The Family Credit Union has put together a list of tips for first-time credit card users. Control Your Spending Create a…

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Mortgage Basics: Knowledge is Power

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  Whether you’re purchasing a home for the first time, or just refinancing your current home, the entire process can be a bit overwhelming. The saying that”Knowledge is Power” is key when it comes to mortgages. The more information that you know, the more confident you will feel. We know that learning about mortgages can…

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