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What to do if you are in an auto accident

Special thanks to the Oklahoma Insurance Department for providing this information. Visit the Oklahoma Insurance Consumer Assistance Department online or by calling 800-522-0071.   In case you are involved in an automobile accident, here are some helpful tips from the Oklahoma Insurance Department. Step 1 – Call 911 if someone has a life threatening injury.

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After the Disaster

Special thanks to the Oklahoma Insurance Department for providing this information. Visit the Oklahoma Insurance Consumer Assistance Department online or by calling 800-522-0071.   Tornado season in Oklahoma is just around the corner. We hope your family won’t be affected but just in case, here are a few helpful tips provided by the Oklahoma Insurance Department

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5 Positive Reactions for When Your Job is Downsized

Little can be more troubling than receiving a pink slip. Yet, from time to time in most people’s lives, most any job has the possibility of becoming a casualty in rolling economic cycles. Sometimes, some quick positive reactions can make a big difference in how you see yourself and the quality of your next steps

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Financial Recovery Takes Time, and a Backseat to Pressing Priorities

  A drive through the Oklahoma heartland shows a tell-tale reminder of the damage done in the historic 2013 storms. You can see it in the trees. Giant trees stripped to toothpicks with bushy leaves growing on them in the river bottom of I-44 near the Newcastle exit; along I-40 headed to El Reno and

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3 Ways to Pay Down Credit Card Debt Faster

For years we have been coached to pay more than the minimum on our credit card balances, yet sometimes it can be difficult to dedicate “extra” money to our credit card debt when other priorities are screaming for attention. The fact remains that if we pay only the minimum month after month, debt that we

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Support for Moms Keeping up with the Family Finances

    When you just can’t seem to get out from under your bills and your family’s future is becoming harder to focus on, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and a little lost. You aren’t. It’s actually the first step to tackling your money issues. While a call to CCCSOK.org, a United Way member agency

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Breadwinner Moms Demonstrate Strength and Resilience

CCCSOK.org identifies financial challenges for women who are primary wage earners in their household. Bethany, OK – CCCSOK.org, a member of the National Foundation for Credit CounselingⓇ (NFCCⓇ), recognizes that the reality faced by women who are primary wage earners in their household depends upon which of the two circumstances they are facing. A recent

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