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6 Tips for Becoming a Money Saving Masters

Posted on February 19th, 2014 in Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

In one of last month’s blog posts we talked about how saving money (or more of it) is a very common financial resolution. Well, saying you’re going to save more money and actually do it are two very different things. If you’re looking to grow your savings account, know this: it takes consistency and some [...]

Getting off to a Good Financial Start in 2014

Posted on January 14th, 2014 in General, Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

Here we are in a brand new year, which means it’s time to do those things we said we’d do last year but didn’t. If this includes some financial items, (saving money, paying off credit card debt, having more control of your finances, etc.) Security State Bankcan definitely help you out. We’ve come up with [...]

A New Year’s Resolution that can Really Pay Off

Posted on December 18th, 2013 in General, Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

There’s no denying that New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. Last year, nearly half of American adults made a resolution, yet only 12 percent of those reached their goal. While the most common resolutions revolve around losing weight and better health, financial resolutions are also popular. Money issues create stress, and since we don’t [...]

Financial Commandments for Your 30s

Posted on October 23rd, 2013 in General, Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

Our last blog post highlighted “financial commandments” for 20-somethings to help them get on track for a successful financial life. But what about your 30s? So much can happen at this time in your life: you can get married, have kids, change jobs, buy a house and so on. So how can you be sure [...]

Financial Commandments for Your 20s

Posted on October 9th, 2013 in General, Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

It’s no secret that finances have been rough for many people in the past couple of years, but perhaps no group has been more affected than the 20-somethings. Students who graduated from college in 2013 had an average of $28,000 in student loan debt. Coupled with a tough job market and increasing credit card debt, [...]

Welcome to the Real World: Getting Started Post-Graduation

Posted on July 9th, 2013 in Savings by SSBblogger | No Comments

While the new school year will be starting up soon for college students, those who graduated this last spring are now in “the real world.” This is an important time in a young person’s life, whether they’re working, traveling or still trying to find a job. Since most student loans payments don’t kick in until [...]