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Money habits: Set your short term goals

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 19, set two clear short term goals. Do you remember the last week of the year? That’s the time when people set their many New Year’s Resolutions only to overwhelm themselves. 330 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Money habits: How to set your priorities

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 18, set your priorities. One of the reasons why many consumers are in debt is because priorities aren’t in place. 287 more words

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Money habits: save while shopping

April is Financial Literacy Monty

Day 17, find ways to save on groceries. By now, you should see a theme going on. In the past few days you’ve created a budget, sought ways to reduce your spending, created a weekly menu, and now seeking ways to save on groceries. 446 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Montana Financial Scholars Program Graduates - Ronan High School - Sponsored by Community Bank of Polson

The Montana Bankers Assn. and Community Bank of Polson congratulate the first Montana Financial Scholars Program graduates, who earned their financial literacy certificates from the EverFi program: … 21 more words

Money habits: it's all about meal preparation

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 16, create a menu for the week. The saying, “time is money”, is so true. How many times have you come home from work only to be exhausted from the day then decide to head to a restaurant? 228 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Money habits: Get an accountability partner

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 15, get an accountability partner. It’s time to get someone that’s in your corner and want to see you succeed. 204 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

April 2014 - National Financial Literacy Month

Did you know April was National Financial Literacy Month? Everyone is encouraged to expand their knowledge and awareness of finance and money.

Old Second Bank is pleased to contribute to the financial literacy of customers and non-customers alike. 97 more words