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September 25, 2008
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USA Today reported today that annual deductibles for workers jumped an average of 29% this year. One of the main causes of the increase was a growth in the number of high deductible health plans. Financial Center can help.If you are covered by a high deductible health plan, you can take advantage of...

September 23, 2008
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We recently made an addition to our website to highlight our current efforts at three Indianapolis school corporations. We are committed to improving financial literacy for the youth in our community. Our three student-run Centers throughout Indianapolis are proof of our dedication to this...

September 16, 2008
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Peter McDougall of TheStreet.com recently wrote an article about the strength of credit unions in this time of difficulty for larger banks. McDougall writes, "Many banks are hiking fees to make up for billions of dollars in losses. Credit unions, having escaped the financial cris...

September 11, 2008
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Our new student-run Center at the Walker Career Center at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis was featured today in the Indianapolis Star. Click here for the full text of the article....

September 10, 2008

Identity theft schemes have become more prevalent in the past years, and it's important that you know the best way to protect yourself. Here are some tips to help you avoid identity theft. Shred papers that contain personal information before throwing them away. Never give out personal information...

September 04, 2008
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Becoming a member of Financial Center is easy. Prospective members can complete an online membership application, visit one of our Centers, or call us at 317.916.7700.Membership is open to all individuals and their families who live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in Marion County.&...

September 02, 2008
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When I get home from my job as Marketing Manager here at Financial Center, I usually have a few spare coins leftover from my day. Without much thought, I toss them into an empty coffee can next to my dresser. I'm not sure how much money I've collected, but I'm going to take a closer look after what ...

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