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Things to Remember when Donating this Holiday Season

Salvation Army bell-ringers are starting to make appearances outside stores all over the United States. That’s a sign that the holidays have arrived, and many find themselves enjoying the spirit of giving. 30% of all charitable donations happen in the month of December. This holiday season, donate smart by keeping the following tips in mind. Read More

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Final Corporate Challenge Results

CUTX took part in the City of Richardson’s Corporate Challenge. In the spirit of the Olympics, the challenge involves companies going head-to-head in 25 athletic and non-athletic events. Events are scored and champions are crowned. Everyone loves being a winner, but what we value at CUTX is FUN and COMMUNITY. This event gives us the chance to come together with other businesses to raise money for Special Olympics Texas. Read More

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3 Tips to Prevent Falling Victim to Phishing Scams

Relaxing on a wooden boat while you wait on that tug from your fishing line, all while enjoying a perfect sunset with your friendly neighborhood thief? Don’t confuse phishing with the storied American pastime. Phishing involves sending e-mails or phone calls that appear to come from a legitimate organization with the intention of gathering personal information. Luckily, there are signs you can look out for and preventative measures you can take to help protect yourself from a phishing attack. Read More

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[Photos] CUTX @ Live2Lead Leadership Conference

CUTX proudly sponsored the 2016 Live2Lead Leadership Conference in Irving, TX. The conference hosted business leaders and students alike, teaching each group the importance of leading by example. Our CEO, John Lederer, was invited to be part of a live panel where he shared his story and advice on leading a company. CUTX also hosted a Reality Fair for the students, where they learned about budgeting-many for the first time. Read More

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Join CUTX at the 2nd Annual Latina Equal Pay Day Conference

Texas Latina Coalition LogoThe Texas Latina Coalition is hosting their 2nd Annual Latina Equal Pay Day Conference; its aim is to help Latinas who want to succeed in the workplace.

The 2nd Annual Equal Pay Day Conference provides four tracks attendees can choose from, specializing the experience to be relevant and helpful to their needs.

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Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

Summer is coming to a close and you’re probably looking to trade in that convertible for an SUV that can brave the intense Texas snow we’re due to get. Okay, that may be a slight exaggeration. Truth is, data shows that now is the time that most people consider buying a new car. Maybe it’s easier to trade in a car rather than clean out all the sand your dog brought in over the summer.

If you’re in the market, or have been in the past, you’ve probably been offered to lease instead of buy your new or used vehicle. Most choose to buy, probably because they like the idea of truly “owning” their vehicle, but many never get to the point of actually owning their vehicles.

The reality is, leasing is a smart, money-saving option for certain types of customers. However, the same holds true for buying for other types of car buyers. It just depends on you. Read More