Whether it’s a $5 scratch-off or a big tax refund, whenever you come into contact with some unexpected dough, ignore it and put it away. It’s best to get into the mindset that unexpected money is best spent by planning for your future.

It can be hard to save money at any time, but it is particularly difficult when you feel like you are broke. If you can barely afford your bills and you are living paycheck to paycheck, saving money is probably one of the last things on your mind. However, you can still save money when you’re broke. In fact saving money, even if it is a little, is a key step to stop being broke.

New Auto Loans 1.74%
APR* as low as
Used Auto Loans 1.74%
APR* as low as
Home Equity 3.24%
APR* as low as
Certificates 0.90%
APY* as high as

*APR=Annual Percentage Rate
APY=Annual Percentage Yield

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