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Lowering Loan Payments: ConneXfactor 2017

For six months, Connex Credit Union will be working closely with five participants to see who can become the most fiscally fit to win a $3,000 grand prize. Each participant has been paired with a Connex Financial Advocate who will offer

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Posted in ConneXfactor 2017, Contests and Promotions, Debt, Improve your life, Money Saving Tips

The Bargain Whisperer: ConneXfactor 2017

For six months, Connex Credit Union will be working closely with five participants to see who can become the most fiscally fit to win a $3,000 grand prize. Each participant has been paired with a Connex Financial Advocate who will offer

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The Big Payoff!: ConneXfactor 2017

For six months, Connex Credit Union will be working closely with five participants to see who can become the most fiscally fit to win a $3,000 grand prize. Each participant has been paired with a Connex Financial Advocate who will offer

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Posted in ConneXfactor 2017, Contests and Promotions, Debt

Farewell – Happy Unbanking!

If you read my first blog back in November, you would know that I was not fully informed about what being part of a credit union meant before I came to Connex. I anticipated that my internship position here would

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Posted in Community Outreach

Foster Teens Learn to Take Hold of Their Finances

Do you remember how and when you first became informed about personal finances? I was roughly fifteen years old when I was taught how to write a check. Fortunately for me, I have parents who helped teach me such vital

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Posted in Community Outreach, Financial Education, Uncategorized

Connecticut Gets an “F” in Financial Literacy

The Center for Financial Literacy, at Champlain College, recently graded the States on their financial literacy initiatives. They looked at financial education legislation and assigned a grade based on the education requirements of each state. Unfortunately, Connecticut received an F.

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Posted in Community Outreach, Financial Education, Improve your life