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Preparing Financially for a New Baby

Congratulations! You’re expecting a baby and you’re breathless with excitement — and nerves. A baby means big changes, and a part of those changes is lots of new expenses. How will you pay for it all? We’ve got the tips you need to prepare financially for a new baby. Pay down debtDon’t let your debt

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Five Ways to Prepare for Your College Graduation

After four years of late-night cramming sessions, a grueling class schedule, and too many term papers to count, the big day is finally within sight. Graduation! You can hardly wait to toss your cap into the air and start making your mark in the big wide world. As you count down toward graduation, don’t forget

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Managing Holiday Expenses

It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year; but for many, the holidays can be an expensive time. From gifts to decorations to wrapping paper to special events, it’s easy to overspend and possibly even go into debt paying for all the extras. In 2019, Forbes reported on a Gallop poll showing

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The Importance of Financial Literacy in a Crisis

The COVID-19 crisis has caused income loss, uncertainties, and an increase in fraudulent attacks throughout Ohio and nationwide. Smart money management is more important than ever, but studies show that Americans are falling behind in financial literacy. While the U.S. is the world’s largest economy, Investment News reported it as ranking only 14th for financial

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Step 12 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Celebrate!

Is your debt shrinking? Have you gotten rid of one of your outstanding loans or lines of credit? Well, then it’s time to celebrate! Take the time, this month, to celebrate every small goal you’ve reached on your journey toward paying down debt. You don’t need to spend much to celebrate an achievement; find inexpensive

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Step 11 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Track Your Progress

Update every bit of progress you make on the debt spreadsheet you created earlier this year. Keep your spreadsheet in a visible place so you can quickly and frequently track your progress. Watching those numbers shrink will give you the motivation you need to work harder and make it all happen quicker. Just imagine; one

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Step 10 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Make It Automatic

Now that you’re maximizing your payments toward the debt you’ve prioritized, make sure it happens by automating your payments. Set up an automatic transfer in your designated amount from your checking account or your savings account to that debt each month, and it will be well on its way to disappearing! Need help? Meet with

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DoverPhila Federal Credit Union Continues to Give Back

Following another very successful year at DoverPhila Federal Credit Union, the credit union was able to give back a $1.5 million year-end bonus dividend to its members. This marks the 25th consecutive year that DoverPhila returns earnings back to its members.  The credit union is a community-focused, financial cooperative controlled by its members making it

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Step 8 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Boost Your Income

Increase your income this month to help you pay down debt. There are a handful of practical ways to accomplish this. For instance, consider asking for a raise or promotion at your current workplace or seeking employment elsewhere if you feel you’ve reached your maximum earning potential at the company. You can also freelance for

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Step 7 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Create A Debt Snowball

You’ve organized your debt, you’ve set up an emergency fund, and you’re working on spending less. You’re now ready to start getting rid of that debt — for good! Choose the debt you’d like to pay down first. Financial experts typically suggest starting from the smallest debt and working your way up. You can also

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Step 1 of 12 Towards Financial Freedom: Take Stock of Your Debt

You’re determined that this will be the year you finally pay down (or pay off) that debt. Get ready, because every month, our Financial Freedom plan will have you taking another step on your journey toward living a debt-free life. First, sit down and take stock of all your debts. Don’t let the numbers scare

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Sticking to Financial Resolutions

Ohioans, like most Americans, entered 2019 hoping to better their finances, but many have likely already fallen off track. In an Ohio Credit Union League 2019 consumer survey, 69 percent said their New Year’s resolution was to get on a budget. That statistic isn’t surprising; many Americans looked critically at their financial situations as they

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Why The Money Talk is Important

Despite financial education being one of the most important lessons to shape our adult lives, it is not something many people learn until much later in life. As a parent, you have many “talks” with your children, but too often the “Money Talk” isn’t one that happens until it is too late.   Respondents in the

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DoverPhila Offering Award-Winning Financial Literacy Program for Free

Area residents are getting a free education in how to manage their money. DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is working with Banzai, a national award-winning financial literacy program, to make the curriculum available to the community and 10 schools in Tuscarawas County, completely free. “Banzai is a web-based financial literacy program. Kids have their own bank

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DoverPhila Introduces New Products While Continuing to Give Back

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union continues to strive in the financial industry while giving back as it wraps up another successful year. The credit union was able to give back $1.2 million to its members. DoverPhila is a community-focused, financial cooperative controlled by its members making it possible for it to reward its members with a

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