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Money Management Tips For The Future

Published: 06/18/2020

While the last three months have been a whirlwind of uncertainty, West Virginia and beyond have begun moving forward with our new normal. The events surrounding COVID-19 have left many people taking a second look at their finances, and as we move forward, some may still have a future of ?what ifs? on the brain. If this sounds like you, here are 3 money management tips to help you feel more financially secure both now and in the future.

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Cooking Quarantine Style: Same Ingredients, Three Very Different Recipes

Published: 05/01/2020

"Stay at home" orders and self-quarantines due to the pandemic, leave many of us limited on the number of trips we take to the grocery store. Unfortunately, when we do venture out it's becoming more common to find scarcely stocked shelves with even the most basic necessities gone. That's why getting ingredients that work for multiple recipes during this unprecedented time is a great solution.

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Avoiding Scams During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Published: 04/13/2020

As the Coronavirus continues to surge, people throughout the country are doing their best to stay healthy, safe and vigilant during these unprecedented times. And, while we?re seeing many companies and people offering ways to help one another such as interest forgiveness, food programs for children, and even sewing hand-made masks, others are taking advantage of the growing fear. As a result, the internet has become riddled with opportunistic scammers looking to exploit the pandemic.

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Wedding Budget 101: How to Plan for Costs

Published: 02/27/2019

If you recently got engaged to be married, you're not alone! About 40% of engagements happen between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day, which is sometimes referred to as "Engagement Season". If you're one of the millions of people preparing to tie the knot in 2020 or 2021, congratulations! Now that you've made the decision, the fun (and hard work) of wedding planning begins.

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7 Ways to Save on Valentine's Day

Published: 02/07/2020

Valentine's Day is a holiday with lots of traditional ideas about how to show your love: a dozen roses, jewelry, nice restaurants. As you probably know, all of this can get very expensive. But thoughtful planning is more important than price tags, so here are some of our ideas for a Valentine's Day that's light on the wallet, but heavy on love:

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