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    Five Things Students Should Know About Money

    By Estefany Chiquillo-Sosa » Marketing Intern, Technology Credit Union

    Estefany Chiquillo-Sosa Technology Credit Union Marketing Intern Being a student can be hectic and overwhelming, but it’s also a great time to start learning the basics of money. After speaking to several students about how they handle their money, I realized that most of them know very little about t

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    Liann Walborsky

    Reward or Not?

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    Liann Walborsky Tech CU Communications Manager Oh, the joy of counting your reward points for all the various credit card, hotel and airline frequent traveler programs. Sure, they’re fun to accumulate as you think about going on that long-hoped-for trip to the other side of the world…but how long should yo

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    Liann Walborsky

    Best time to buy a car

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    There are all kinds of theories as to the best time of year (or month) to buy a car. We’ve compiled a few of the most popular approaches: Right before a new model rolls off the truck, can be a great time to get a deal on the prior year. Let’s be honest

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    Liann Walborsky

    Tipping the balance

    By Liann Walborsky » Communications Manager, Tech CU

    Liann Walborsky Tech CU Communications Manager Find yourself tipping more than you used to? You’re not alone. The “act of tipping” has actually become easier with all the newly available apps and payment systems. And, apparently, taking the hard work away from figuring out what 15% of $58 is, for example,

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    Tawnya Lancaster

    Tech CU Supports Hackathon produced by CIIS

    By Tawnya Lancaster » Public Relations, Tech CU

    Tawnya Lancaster Tech CU Public Relations One of the most popular new trends among techies these days is the weekend “hackathon.” It’s a chance for developers, engineers and techies to power through 24- to 48-hours of coding frenzy — spurred on by copious amounts of caffeine, food and pure drive — all in t

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