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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.

Big Bank Alternatives Look Better Every Day

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At a recent Truliant employee orientation class, a new hire couldn’t help but smile.

She formerly worked for one of the big banks. Already on her first day at Truliant she could tell the difference between a bank and a credit union. And her co-workers couldn’t help but notice her perpetual smile.

The Unsung Hero of Finance

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Free checking is so ordinary that it’s often taken for granted. It’s hard to imagine it even having a genesis.

One blogger – in a more than 4,000-word manifesto on free checking – offers 1982 as the debut date of free checking services. While services tagged “free checking” may have existed before then, a few web sources indicate they were still mostly conditional.

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