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Spending and Saving

People use different strategies to manage their money. Some people plan their spending for today and tomorrow. Others prefer to spend their money without planning, which may result in financial problems. No matter your situation, the following resources will help you manage your spending and savings to better meet your goals.

All About Prize-Linked Savings Accounts — Get the scoop on the prize-linked savings accounts that are now available through participating Minnesota credit unions.

Are You the Owner of Unclaimed Property? — Find out whether the state of Minnesota is holding money that may belong to you.

Cash-Based Payment Options: What's Right for You? — Find out what cash-based payment methods are available and how to conduct commercial transactions safely.

Discounted Entertainment for Families — Get ideas for discounted, low-cost, and free entertainment options to get your family out and about in your community. English | español

Holiday Spending — Develop a game plan ahead of time to avoid holiday debt.

Related Resources

Strategies for Spending Less — When your family faces reduced income, take immediate action to stop all excess spending. Part of the Getting Through Tough Times series.

Shop and Save — Stretch your food dollars with our tips and resources. English | español

The Financial Side of Family Transition — Even if you are comfortable with all of the changes, you will still probably experience financial upheaval after a divorce or separation. Get tools and information on specific financial situations that you may encounter after a family transition.

Disaster Recovery — Offers families new or additional resources following a disaster. Includes the Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit.

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