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I’m sure most of us have at least heard of spring cleaning. My grandmother, every spring like clockwork, starts cleaning out the home, room-by-room, closet-by-closet. She goes through everything and gets rid of items that she no longer needs or has use for.
By the time my grandmother finishes cleaning, there are quite a few things sitting out on the curb. It’s amazing how much she accumulates in just a year. And it’s also intriguing that those things became useless to her, sometimes after only a year.
I don’t know if you guys have heard of it but we have this awesome savings account here at Educators called VIP Savings. The great thing about it is you don’t have to be a VIP to have one! I have one and I highly recommend it!
So you’re probably thinking to yourself “What is this thing and what makes this savings so amazing?” Well, let me tell you: A VIP Savings account is meant to be a one year account that encourage those who don’t have enough cash to start Share Certificate or Money Market to have an affordable way to start saving.
As an Organizational Specialist for Educators, one of my job responsibilities is operation training, more specifically training our brand new tellers. I absolutely love it because often people going through training don’t realize all of the amazing products and services Educators has to offer you, our members.
It sounds weird, but I really look forward to that day in training where we get to go over all of the different types of accounts, shares and loans we have.
I have to give kudos to a fellow co-worker of mine for introducing me to this extremely delicious recipe (shout out to Karen!). These are bound to be your go-to dessert — they are incredibly EASY and fast!
Here, I present to you, the brownie/fluff/chocolate & peanut butter covered rice crispie goodies:
Our Educators blog team members are sharing their answers to this question: What’s your biggest money mistake? Stefanie, Emily, Danielle, Sarah, Angie and Rob have shared theirs. Today, Brandond tells the story of his biggest money mistake and how he recovered from it. Share your biggest money mistake in the comments and you may win a $10 Visa gift card.
All right. My biggest money mistake … hmm that’s a tough one because I am so financially responsible 100% of the time. OK, so that may not be entirely true. In fact, that’s probably the furthest statement from the truth! My biggest money mistake spans over the course of a few years to be honest.
Our Educators blog team members are sharing their answers to this question: What’s your biggest money mistake? Stefanie, Emily, Danielle, Sarah and Angie have shared theirs. Today, Rob tells the story of his biggest money mistake and how he recovered from it. Share your biggest money mistake in the comments and you may win a $10 Visa gift card.
I have made more than a few money mistakes in my life. Some were bigger than others, but all of them have been important.
In my introduction post, I talked about a situation where I wasn’t paying attention to my account and couldn’t pay for a breakfast and embarrassed myself in front of a girl I wanted to impress.