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Financially Plan For Your Spring Break Abroad

Posted on April 1st, 2017 by Scott Hershman

Spring break is near! Is your wallet ready? Traveling internationally requires more financial planning than just booking your flight & hotel, determining your spending money, and letting your bank know that you will be out of town. When you travel abroad you need to consider whether dollars are accepted, currency conversions, whether you can use […]

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March Is National Credit Education Month

Posted on March 2nd, 2017 by Scott Hershman

In honor of National Credit Education month, our team at WSCE has created a list of 5 credit tips. We hope that this list will help you develop the necessary skills to manage your finances and credit efficiently and effectively. How you manage your credit can either set you up for financial success or can […]

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Tax Day 2017 Is Near

Posted on February 9th, 2017 by Scott Hershman

April 18, 2017 – Tax Day is near. 2017 brings good news to those who tend to procrastinate doing their taxes. Typically, tax day is April 15, which is on a Saturday this year. Sunday is always off limits. Monday, the 18th, is Emancipation day, which is a holiday in Washington D.C. Therefore, in 2017 […]

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2017 Scams To Watch Out For

Posted on January 24th, 2017 by Scott Hershman

2017 is here! With a new year comes new scams. As your community financial center, we care about our customers. We think it is important that you are aware of the top fraud trends to watch out for in 2017 according to AARP. Phone Scams A lot of scam artists let their fingers do the […]

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Don’t Get A Ticket For An Expired License Plate

Posted on December 6th, 2016 by Scott Hershman

2017 will be the second consecutive year that renewal notices will not be mailed. Maybe you are aware of this, or maybe you are part of the many Illinois residents who are not. Back In September 2015, the Secretary of State reminded drivers that they would no longer get renewal notices in the mail for […]

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