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This commentary was written and prepared by Waukesha State Bank. Content in this blog is for general information only and not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. Please visit with one of our bankers to discuss your individual needs.

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How To Know If You
Need A Cosigner

December 2021

Living on a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t afford to have fun. Even as you save money, it’s important to treat yourself and enjoy life. Here are some of the top budget-friendly activities to keep you entertained.

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Start The New Year Off Right
With These Savings Tips

December 2021

A new year is a great time for a money makeover. If you struggle with saving, or want to save even more than you do already, here are six strategies worth implementing.

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How To
Volunteer Virtually

December 2021

For those who are willing and able to give back, volunteering for various good causes can be a rewarding and even life-changing experience. Virtual volunteering can be a great way to aid those in need while still maintaining necessary social distancing.

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3 Unnecessary Expenses
To Cut From Your Life

November 2021

If you’re looking to pocket a little extra cash, eliminating some of these less-necessary expenses could result in hundreds of additional dollars in your pocket at the end of each year.

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Managing Your
Credit Score

November 2021

Since your credit score is an indicator of your financial standing, it plays a large role in determining your eligibility for loans and favorable interest rates. 

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Teaching Checking Account Basics
To Younger Kids

November 2021

How to handle money is an important life lesson. The sooner you start your child’s financial education, the more knowledgeable and responsible they will be with their money.

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