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3 Books for Millennials Who Want to Get Rich

 

 

If you’re a Millennial, chances are that the mention of the words “finance books” makes you glaze over. But it’s also likely that a conversation about getting rich will make you perk up! For a generation that spent early adulthood in the recession, getting on stable financial footing might take a little more guidance and patience than it did for the previous generation.

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How to Save for a Down Payment


The number one thing holding most people back from owning a home is jumping the hurdle of a 20% down payment. For most people, saving such a big chunk of money seems insurmountable. However, with determination, commitment and a little creativity, you can set yourself up to purchase a home within a fairly short period of time.

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Four Must-Have Insurance Policies


 

Life is full of gains, losses, and unpredictable curveballs that can throw you off your game. No matter how careful or cautious you are, there isn’t a way to avoid illness, accidents or disasters. If something does go wrong, it’s important to be insured.

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What I Learned from Losing My Debit Card

I consider myself a pretty responsible person when it comes to managing my money.

I keep an eye on my credit score, pay my bills on time, and make sure I don’t overspend. I put most of my purchases on my credit card to build my credit, get points, and track my spending. I tend to only use my debit card when I need cash.

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Can Bad Credit Kill Your Relationship?


 

Whether your relationship began with a meet cute, a long friendship, or a swipe right, if things are beginning to get serious it’s time for you to sit down and talk about your credit score with your partner. Yes, it sounds about as fun as taking a long walk over a beach of hot coals, but with finances being the leading cause of stress in relationships, it’s important to figure out if you’re on the same page before making any more moves toward a future together.

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The Benefits of Filing Your Taxes Early

 

Ah, April. The sun is shining. The birds are singing, and tax-paying procrastinators everywhere would rather go to the dentist than deal with taxes. But once you discover the benefits of filing your taxes early, you might realize that the dreaded paperwork isn't so bad after all.

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Running for Matty and Kayla


For those of you who don't know me, I'm Dan O'Brien and I'm a solution architect here at USALLIANCE.

This is my third year running the Boston Marathon. It’s also my third year running on behalf of the organization Credit Union Kids at Heart, which works with Boston Children’s Hospital to fund research on pediatric illnesses. This year we’re supporting research on Moyamoya disease, Sturge-Weber syndrome, pediatric brain cancer, and Cerebral Palsy.

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A Day in the Life of a Boston Marathon Runner


I'm Dan, your typical family man, solution architect at USALLIANCE, and marathon runner for a cause.

This is my third time running the Boston Marathon with Credit Union Kids at Heart. This great organization funds many research projects at Boston Children’s Hospital to fight pediatric diseases. Running the Boston Marathon is definitely not an easy task, but I’ve found it’s easier when you’re passionate about your cause and also get into a strict training schedule.

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USALLIANCE Runs the Boston Marathon


It was right after the devastating 201 Boston Marathon when Dan O'Brien joined USALLIANCE.

Loving husband and father, it wasn't long before Dan discovered Credit Union Kids at Heart, an organization that works with Boston Children's Hospital to fund several pediatric research projects. This is where a project became a passion and ultimately turned a solution architect into a cause-driven marathon runner.

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Alternative Ways to Manage Your Savings

There are more ways to manage your savings than you probably think.

Learning how to handle your savings can be intimidating, with new options seeming more complicated than the traditional ones. You're probably already familiar with a simple savings account, but there are also non-traditional options like a club account or CD account you can explore too.

All of these options have certain benefits, so it might pay off for you to leave your financial comfort zone and learn about the options you have when it comes to managing your savings.

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