Identity theft isn’t going away. And, as technology advances, so do the schemes used by fraudsters. To better secure your financial information and passw...Read More
Buck the Norm is about you and your money. Whether you’re getting ready to leave the nest, slogging your way through college or working your way up the ladder counting down the days until your next paycheck, this page is for you. Because what you don’t know about money can make life a lot harder than it needs to be. And there’s no reason for that.
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Attorney General Mike Hunter is warning Oklahomans to be aware of phone calls from scam artists claiming to be with the Social Security Administration (SSA...Read More
If you feel as if your money left with the holidays, you’re not alone. Many Americans are dealing with the aftershock of their holiday spending. Here are...Read More
Limit impulsive spending by making yourself wait 24 hours before you buy something that grabs your eye. How much do you really need it?
Packing a lunch is way cheaper than eating out every day. Turning your $10 lunches into $4 lunches can save you $1,500 dollars a year!
A “treat yo’ self” attitude can be a one-way ticket into debt. Do it smarter by giving yourself small treats for reaching savings goals and stash your cash the rest of the time.
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