Posts Tagged: Money Saving

Making the Most of America Saves Week

Idaho Central is excited to be participating in America Saves week again this year! America Saves Week (February 21 – February 25, 2022) is an annual opportunity for individuals to assess their savings and take financial action. Each year, we encourage savers – or potential savers – just like you to set a goal, makeRead more

Financial Spring Cleaning

Hanging money on laundry line

Every spring, most people take time to spring clean our homes, offices, cars, and even garages to create a more organized environment with improved air quality. Through spring cleaning, our moods improve, we reenergize our positive outlook, and we have a renewed sense of accomplishment. So why don’t we spring clean our finances as well?Read more

Making the Most of America Saves Week 2021

Woman taking the America Saves Week pledge

Idaho Central is excited to be participating in America Saves week again this year! America Saves Week (February 22 – February 26, 2021) is an annual opportunity for individuals to assess their savings and take financial action. Each year, we encourage savers – or potential savers – just like you to set a goal, makeRead more

Meeting a Savings Goal

Laptop on desk with notebook, calculator, change glasses, piggy bank, and bag

Everyone wants to save money, but it often gets put on the back burner. When it comes to saving money, it may seem easier said than done, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Taking a close look at what you want to save for and creating a plan for how to get thereRead more

All About 401K and IRA

Post-it notes with 401K, IRA, Roth, and a question mark written down Planning for your retirement can be overwhelming, and with it being so far in the future, it’s easy to put it off to another day. In fact, in a 2018 study by Northwestern Mutual, 21% of Americans have no money saved for retirement at all. If you’re part of the 21%, it may feel overwhelming to start, butRead more

5 Money Saving Hacks

Woman shopping for groceries holding cell phone.

Saving money doesn’t have to be complicated.  Regardless of where you are at with your personal finances, saving money is doable.  You may be surprised how much you can save over time by following a few simple tips.

5 Ways to Save On Your Summer Road Trip

Kids hanging heads and hands out of a car window.

Summer road trips are an American tradition and if done right can be a great way to take a vacation without having to spend a lot of money.