Don't Scare Your Budget this Halloween



Halloween is an exciting time of year for many families. Whether it’s trick or treating, Halloween parties, or finding the perfect costume, there’s plenty of things to plan for. Did you know consumers spend an average of $86 on Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation? Here are some tips for enjoying Halloween on a budget.

The Risks of Using the Same Password for Everything



In today’s digital age, you can now unlock your phone with your fingerprint or facial recognition. You have two-factor identification to log in to your credit union account. And maybe you have a 40-character password with numbers, letters, capitalization, and symbols. All of these extra layers of security are great, but are your passwords really secure?

As security systems are constantly advancing, so are the “bad guys” and their tactics. In honor of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, here are some ways to help better protect yourself from hackers.

Break a Sweat, Not Your Budget



Being healthy shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. Gym memberships, protein powder, and workout accessories can be useful in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but the price you pay for them add up quickly. Luckily, there are several ways you can focus on your fitness while being friendly to your wallet.
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