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  • Chippewa Valley Technical College Receives Governor's Financial Literacy Award 2018 for Money Matters

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    Chippewa Valley Technical College’s Money Matters financial literacy program is in its infancy, yet it has already had a great impact in the Eau Claire community.

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  • March 2019 Retirement In Sight

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    WESTconsin Investment Advisors presents: For years, you have imagined the way your “second act” will unfold: when it will start, what you will do, and where you will be. Then life hands you a wild card. You are forced to retire years earlier than you planned and with little notice. How do you adjust?

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  • February 2019 Retirement In Sight

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    WESTconsin Investment Advisors presents: Tips for women to prevent outliving their money and fighting food insecurity.

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  • The Snowball Effect

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    Save and invest, year after year, to put the full power of compounding on your side.

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  • #25WaysToStaySafe

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    All #25WaysToStaySafe in one place.

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  • December 2018 Retirement In Sight

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    Can You Psych Yourself Up to Save More?

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  • $mart Holiday Shopping

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    Tips and tricks to help you stay on budget this holiday season.

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  • 19 Ways to Fight Fraud

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    The convenience of technology has also created more potential risks.

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  • Should You Leave Your IRA to a Child?

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    What you should know about naming a minor as an IRA beneficiary.

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  • October 2018 Retirement In Sight

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    Three years or less to retirement? Get ready. Plus, Social Security benefits set to grow 2.8% next year.

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