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    Oct 19, 2015
  • Helping CASA Build Communities From the Ground Up

    CASA of Oregon seeks to help families and individuals living in Oregon’s most under-resourced areas gain the financial skills and stability necessary to bounce back from life’s inevitable bumps and barriers.

  • Oct 13, 2015
  • Budget vs. Financial Plan

    Your budget is absolutely perfect. But what if there was more you could do to protect your future finances?

  • Oct 06, 2015
  • Protecting Your Identity Online

    Columbia Bank is excited to do our part during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and will be providing helpful advice and strategies that will keep real-life ghouls and goblins away from your sensitive financial information!

  • Sep 23, 2015
  • Stress Less at Work

    The boss needs that file on his desk immediately, the phone is ringing off the hook, a client sent in a scathing email, AND it’s only Monday. We’ve all had to deal with stress at work and if it is constant, it can spell bad news for your health.

  • Sep 16, 2015
  • Heart Healthy at Work

    Stress. Perpetual treats in the break room. Birthday cake. Salty vending machine snacks. Hours spent sitting without a standing break. Does this sound like your workday? If so, you are certainly not alone.

  • Sep 11, 2015
  • Talking with your College Student about Using Credit Wisely

    Visit almost any college campus this September and you will see them mixed in among the various booths and stands on the quad: credit card company sales booths. Reps entice students with offers of low-interest rates and free giveaways. However, many college students, especially those in their first year, don’t fully understand how credit and credit cards work and can easily find themselves in hot water.

  • Sep 04, 2015
  • 4 Tips for the New Empty Nester

    This September, thousands of teenagers will move into dorms for the first time, and thousands of their parents will become empty nesters. First time empty nesters can expect feelings that run the gamut from sadness to anxiety to excitement about this new chapter in their lives.

  • Aug 27, 2015
  • Safe Money Tips for Travel Abroad

    You’ve scoured the Internet for the best rates on flights, booked some amazing hotel deals, and are all set and ready to go on your international trip. However, before you pack your bags and head for the airport, you’ll want to spend some time considering strategies for managing your money while abroad. What will you do if you lose your wallet? How will you access money should a bank strike occur?

  • Aug 19, 2015
  • Road Tripping This Summer? Save Money on Gas by Following these Gas-Saving Tips

    If you have decided to ditch the lines and overpriced food at the airport this summer and instead are opting to head out on the open road, chances are you have a few road trip related things on your mind: What sort of snacks should I take? What songs should I include on my 2015 Road Trip! playlist? In addition to those important issues, you may also be looking for ways to save money.

  • Aug 12, 2015
  • Your Family Vacation Doesn’t Need to Bust the Budget

    It’s a great big world out there, with so much to see and do. Paris! The Grand Canyon! Tokyo! A family vacation is one of the best ways to create lasting memories and see the world with some of your favorite people. However, if an upcoming family vacation has you seeing dollar signs instead of happy memories in the making, that can put a major damper on the trip. Here are some tips for planning a family vacation that won’t break the bank.

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