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Tax Free Weekend in Missouri
Save $ this weekend
by Sarah Cousineau

Did you know that the average American family spends $600 on back-to-school shopping?  Just a little planning ahead and you can save some dollars this year.  The first savings step is to shop this weekend for your school items.  It is tax-free weekend in Missouri.   It runs from Friday, August 2nd -Sunday, August 4th and includes the following items:

  • Clothing under $100
  • School supplies under $50
  • Computer software under $350
  • Computers/computer equipment under $3,500

Click here for 8 smart shopping strategies and back-to-school savings tips. 


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Correcting Errors on Your Credit Report
These tips will help you fix your credit report quickly
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If you’re trying to get a mortgage, a car or student loans, lenders will check your credit history. Unfortunately, credit report mistakes could arise for one reason or another, but you can dispute these errors.
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Security Tools for Online Banking
Tools used by financial institutions to keep financial information safe

Online banking has become an everyday occurrence for plenty of Americans these days. Whether you keep things simple by just checking your balance online and making the occasional transfer or you pay all of your bills online and then some, it’s important for you to know that both your finances and your personal information are safe and secure. Rest assured, because most, if not all, financial institutions employ a variety of online banking safety features that keep your most critical information locked up.
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Small Business Banking Tips from the Game of Baseball
America’s pastime on successful partnerships with financial institutions
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For centuries writers have been using the game of baseball as a way to start conversations about many aspects of life, from business to the arts to relationships, and small business banking is no different. Baseball teaches us to put the right financial team on the field, develop a financial strategy, communicate effectively with our financial institution and make changes along the way.
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Three Great Touring Motorcycles
The Harley Street Bob, Victory Judge and BMW K1600GTL are versatile, enjoyable rides
Photo: Three Great Touring Motorcycles
With summertime here and motorcycles out on the road, it’s normal to start dreaming of owning your own two-wheeler or trading up for a better one. Among bikes, touring cruisers such as the Harley Davidson Street Bob, the Victory Judge and the BMW K1600GTL are excellent rides because of their versatility—they’re equally comfortable and enable commuters and road trippers to handle bumps and rough patches admirably.
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5 Great Superhero Video Games
These familiar favorites will give you hours of heroic fun

Video games come in all shapes and sizes; there is an exciting game fit for almost every personality. If you happen to enjoy games that center on familiar characters with super-human abilities, following are five fun, superhero-themed games you may want to consider.
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Creative Ways to Stay Hydrated
Oh-so-easy ways to drink enough water this summer

The importance of staying hydrated is well-documented: About 60 percent of the human body is composed of water, and every major system depends on water to function properly. Water helps control your body temperature, helps blood circulate and aids in digestion.
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