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Welcome to the Equifax Family Money Matters Video Contest

Written by Ilyce Glink on September 13, 2012 in Family Money  |   4 comments

Managing your family’s money in today’s tough economic climate is a constant challenge. With the back-to-school season upon us and the end-of-year holidays on the horizon, planning for both expected and unexpected expenses can be a daunting task – especially if you’re trying to do…

Enter Equifax Family Money Matters Video ContestManaging your family’s money in today’s tough economic climate is a constant challenge. With the back-to-school season upon us and the end-of-year holidays on the horizon, planning for both expected and unexpected expenses can be a daunting task – especially if you’re trying to do so with less money than you made in recent years.

The Equifax Finance Blog announces today its first Family Money Matters Video Contest, encouraging consumers to share their best money management tips and strategies in video format, then to vote on the videos providing the most helpful information.

One grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 Discover gift card, and all finalists will receive a complimentary full-year subscription to Equifax Complete™ Family Plan, a credit monitoring and identity theft protection product for the entire family.

ENTER THE EQUIFAX FAMILY MONEY MATTERS VIDEO CONTEST HERE

 

 

Read the rules and regulations of the Equifax Family Money Matters Video Contest

4 comments

  1. Rebekah says:

    I refinanced with a bank out of state because I felt confidence in them. It went very smoothly.

  2. April says:

    When I save money with coupons at the grocery store I immediately put that amount of money in savings.

    • Jenn Freeman says:

      @April – Thanks so much for sharing! Do you have a camera phone? We’d love to hear more from you and have you enter the video contest.

      –Jenn, editor

  3. Vincent says:

    I have a huge glass jar in my kitchen that I put a one dollar bill in everyday


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