Top Ten Companies for Work-from-Home Jobs

2020 has been a year of major change, to say the least. One of these changes is that more people are working from home than ever before. The pandemic forced many companies to transition staff from chatting at the water cooler to chatting via virtual meetings. If you're looking for a company that is actively... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Pay a Large Medical Bill

Negotiate for a lower bill. Ask your health care provider to lower or waive some fees. You can find the going rate of coverage on sites like myHealthcare Cost Estimator to give you a starting point for your negotiations. According to federal law, all expenses for COVID-19 testing, copayments, and deductibles, should be covered by... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

These St. Patrick’s Day ideas are better than a pot of gold You don’t have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. People of all backgrounds enjoy getting dressed up to go to parades across the country or going out with friends. Here are a few fun ways to celebrate the Feast of St.... Continue Reading →

Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring is almost here! It’s time for spring cleaning, and that includes spring cleaning your finances. Not sure where to begin? Check out these ideas for a start: Clean up your paperwork Outdated insurance policies, old statements, tax-related paperwork more than 7-years old, these are documents you can take to the shredder. It’s also a... Continue Reading →

Save Automatically : America Saves Week

It’s America Saves Week! Looking for an easy way to save? Make it automatic! Use online banking or  Connex's  mobile banking app to set up reoccurring transfers to your savings account! Whether saving for an emergency fund, education expenses, retirement or all things in between, by making saving automatic you are putting yourself in the best... Continue Reading →

Applying to Scholarships 101

A Scholarship is financial support awarded to a student based on academic achievement or other criteria like financial need, for the purpose of schooling. There are various types of scholarships- the two most common are merit-based and need-based. The donor or organization funding the scholarship sets the criteria for recipient selection and specifically defines how... Continue Reading →

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