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Truliant’s New Website Coming Later This Year

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The times they are a changing. And while some things should always stay the same – like making sure you have a financial partner that understands your needs – an evolving world of online and mobile technology demands we keep things convenient.

Are You Ready For Some Summer Fun?

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The summer season is just about here. Are you ready for some fun? Have you been saving money that we all will inevitably spend on hotels, gas, entertainment costs to capture a little bit of enjoyment.

It can be difficult me to budget for these fun expenses when I already have our day to day to living expenses to sustain. But there is no question that these fun times are the spice of life – it’s our time to make memories.

Tech Tips For A Great Graduation Gift

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Witnessing high school graduation festivities with a big extended family meant watching a lot of money switch hands. We learned to expect only one gift upon graduating: m-o-n-e-y.

Better Car Deals For Spring 2014?

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There’s plenty of advice on when to buy a car. Early in the week. Late in the month. End of the quarter. Avoid weekends.

General agreement points to spring as a bad time. It’s when we’re out and about. Maybe itching to spend a tax refund. Sales people are less inclined to wheel and deal in the springtime to meet quotas with a lot full of buyers.

President’s Message 2014: In the Moment

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The following is Truliant President and CEO Marcus Schaefer’s speech from our Annual Meeting and Review of 2013 Financial Results on Monday, April 28, 2014.

If you’ll allow me, I’d like to be philosophical for a moment. I have friend who, like many of us, found himself rushing around trying to manage a busy work and personal life. One day he rushed home to pick up a suitcase that his wife packed for him and left on the porch for an unplanned trip to meet a client.

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