Federal Trade Commission Warning – Protect your home from scammers this winter!
The month of November is National Native American Heritage Month and is to honor the achievements and contributions of Native Americans. It’s a time to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, contributions, and overall history of the first Americans. The holiday was established officially in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, when he approved a joint resolution designating November as “National American Indian Heritage Month.” The month is also recognized as “Native American Heritage Month,” "Alaska Native American Month," and similar variants which have been proclaimed each year since 1994.
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Sticking to a budget during times of high inflation is challenging – but not impossible. Here are five ways to help make it happen:
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Mutual Security Credit Union donated $1,000 to The Center for Empowerment and Education, formally The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury on Tuesday, October 25th.
Cybercrimes are increasing massively each year. In fact, according to Cybercrime Magazine, cybercrime will cost the world $10.5 trillion annually by 2025.
The biggest shopping month of the year is here! Before you start charging up a storm, though, remember that not all “Black Friday Deals” are really worthy of the label. Here’s what to buy and what to skip in November.
Q: The holidays always have me worried about money. With inflation soaring, I’m more stressed than ever. How can I save on my holiday shopping this year?
Q: My parents are aging and I believe they can use help in managing their everyday expenses, and may eventually need a proxy. How can I best help my parents with their finances?
Democracy is a privilege that’s upheld by the election process. But scammers are out to hijack this process and cause havoc throughout election season. Here are three scams to watch out for this time of year.
It’s never too early – or too late – to start planning for your retirement. However, the more time you allow for your savings to grow, the bigger the nest egg you’ll have when it’s time to cash in.