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Expanding your financial knowledge doesn't happen overnight, nor does it ever end. Becoming financially literate takes a lifetime of learning and experience. Keep in mind it's never too late to learn about finances.

Whether you're just beginning or are continuing on your journey of financial learning, practical information focused on money and finances is regularly posted below. Check back often for new content and gain financial knowledge that will last a lifetime!


Back to school shopping is the second largest consumer spending event for retailers. Watch this quick video for some practical money saving shopping tips!
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With back to school right around the corner, listen for tips to help you save on your school shopping budget.
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Is your summer not as relaxed as you’d like it to be? KOFE is offering a free webinar on July 8th on How to Survive Financial Stress. Register today and learn some helpful tips on staying financially fit.
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The more you understand your financial world, the easier it is to succeed. With that in mind, KOFE offers two interactive course series to help you take control of your financial future.
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Now that summer is in full swing, you may be able to save a lot of your energy expenses with some easy, inexpensive changes. Read on for more tips on cutting energy costs in your home.
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In a world where credit unions and banks both work tirelessly to help citizens, does one do more good than the other? Let's take a look.
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So, what is “predatory lending” anyway? Predatory lending practices, broadly defined, are the fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair tactics some people use to dupe us into loans that we can’t afford.
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