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Your Guide to March

Spring forward with basketball, puppies, and more.

National Day of Unplugging

What can you do with 24 technology-free hours? Break out some books, board games, sports equipment, or musical instruments (acoustic, of course!) and find out.


International Women’s Day

This global recognition of women’s achievements has been celebrated since 1909 — 11 years before American women won the right to vote.


Basketball Madness Begins

Odds of a perfect bracket are steep (one in 9.2 quintillion!), but 67 college basketball games in three weeks offer a high probability of excitement.


St. Patrick’s Day

Can’t make it to Chicago? Other cities dye their rivers green, including San Antonio, Indianapolis, and Tampa.


Spring Begins

“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s Party!’” — Robin Williams


National Puppy Day

They may bark at mailmen or chew the occasional slipper, but their cuteness merits a special holiday.

How much do you know about credit scores? This three-digit number affects not just the rate you’ll be offered on loans and credit cards but also your ability to get approved for a lease or how much you pay in insurance premiums. Check out these credit score facts.

Bookmark so you can request free copies of your credit report every year. Review these and report any errors through the dispute process.

*Special loan programs are available for borrowers with low credit scores. Talk to your Loan Officer for more details. Sources: FICO, CFPB, Experian


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