How to plan a wedding on a budget

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It’s one of the most memorable days of your life, and for some, one of the most expensive (student loans and mortgages aside!) – it’s your wedding day! From the proposal up until the Big Day, it’s a lot of planning and celebrating and making sure your wedding day is just as magical as you’d envision since you were 5 years old. But at 5 years old, you had NO IDEA how expensive it all was. So, how can you have an amazing wedding without starting your marriage ten of thousands of dollars in debt? Easy – a wedding budget. Continue reading “How to plan a wedding on a budget”

The Lay-a-way You Control – Our Christmas Club!

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Tis the holiday season and as we embrace the holiday spirit it’s very easy to get stressed out not only trying to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, but also figuring out how to pay for it without blowing your budget to pieces! We’ve all heard of stores like Wal-Mart, Target, and Toys R Us who allow customers to use Lay-a-way system ( a method of purchasing by which the purchaser reserves an article with a down payment and claims it only after paying the full balance) at Litchfield Bancorp we have a Lay-A-Way for savings,  our Club Account or Christmas Club as we like to call it! Continue reading “The Lay-a-way You Control – Our Christmas Club!”

Credit cards – can you have too many?

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If your mailbox looks anything like mine, you probably get a few different credit card offers each week. Some boast a 0% APR, some have a rewards program, and others offer 0% balance transfers. But how do you know what credit card is best, and is there such a thing as having too many cards? Continue reading “Credit cards – can you have too many?”

How to Create a Personal Budget You Can Live With

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Learning how to make your finances work for you should be a priority for everyone. If you’re reading this you probably care about your finances. At Litchfield Bancorp, we feel so strongly about helping you make your money work for you, that we put together some key points to assist with creating your very own budget. Use your discretion and be honest with yourself about your spending habits as you read. Continue reading “How to Create a Personal Budget You Can Live With”