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    Legroom when you fly: Huh?

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Technology Credit Union

    Liann Walborsky Technology Credit Union Comunications Manager Remember the last time you sat in an airplane seat and could actually stretch your legs? Probably not – it’s been years since legroom was a priority for an industry that continually works to pack more people in — rather than worry about whose le

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    Tips for planning your summer getaway

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    Liann Walborsky Tech CU Communications Manager Looking for some budget-friendly ideas for a summer vacation? Sure, it’s always fun to be spontaneous and decide the week before where you want to go. But, if you’re looking for deals, planning ahead of time tends to pay off. Determine what you want to spend i

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    Sick Daze

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    Liann Walborsky Tech CU Communications Manager How often do you call in sick? Once a month? Once a quarter? Sick days cost companies quite a bit – both in terms of efficiency and actual dollars (approximately $84 billion per year according to some statistics). And, it appears that certain industries (and p

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    How much do you really know about taxes?

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Technology Credit Union

    Liann Walborsky Technology Credit Union Communications Manager Do you know what Tax Freedom Day is? For the uninformed (myself included), it’s the date when the entire country has made enough money to pay its taxes for the year. This year is somewhat unique in that Tax Freedom Day is five whole days later

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    Making Seasonal Purchases

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    Liann Walborsky Tech CU Communications Manager We’ve all heard of the “best” time of the year to buy a car. The President’s Day holiday in February, for example, is a big weekend for sales. In addition, heading into the fall when new car models are coming out, you can often snag a good deal on the prior ye

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