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Stacey Black, lead financial educator at BECU, offers some timely tips on keeping your finances in check as life slowly returns to a new normal.
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During this unprecedented time, there may be an opportunity to revisit and adjust short- and long-term financial goals to ensure you’re setting yourself up for a future of financial stability.
There are two pieces of the equation to consider: saving and budgeting.
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