Project Money 2011 - WQOW TV: Eau Claire, WI NEWS18 News, Weather, and Sports

Follow four teams as they take control of their finances and compete to win $10,000. With the help of their Summit Credit Union Financial Coach, each team will work to reduce debt, increase savings and learn how to make every dollar count.

Click here to learn more about the challenge and how you can improve your finances too!
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Project Money: The Winner

After seven months of saving and paying off debt, we now know the winner of the $10,000 Project Money contest. More>>

Project Money: Duane Update

It might seem impossible, but one of the Project Money teams reveals the secret to paying off debt -and- saving money, no matter how much you make. More>>

Project Money: Jones Update

The new year is bringing a new start for the Project Money teams. They're now on their own to continue saving and paying down debt as best they can. More>>

Project Money: Brown Update

The 2011 Project Money contest is now over, but the teams still have to wait about a month to find out the winner of the $10,000 prize. In the meantime, we're finding out how the teams felt they did and what they learned along the way. More>>

Project Money: Robertson Update

With just two more weeks left in Project Money, we're re-visiting our four teams to see how they're doing, what they've learned and what they'll do with the $10,000 prize if they win. More>>

Project Money: The Homestretch

The Project Money teams are in the final month of their contest to win $10-thousand dollars. As they come in to the homestretch, we check in on how they're doing in their efforts to pay-off their debt and save the most money. More>>

Project Money: Thanksgiving

As we take time for Thanksgiving this week, our Project Money teams share some of the things they're thankful for. More>>

Project Money: Extra Income

Most of us could probably use some extra money these days. But finding the right opportunity and the time to earn more income can be tough. Here's how the Project Money teams are bringing in additional bucks. More>>

Project Money: Robertson's coach

Money is on the list with sex and politics as a topic many of us are uncomfortable talking about. But, without communication, it's easy for couples and families to fall into a deep financial hole with no apparent way out. More>>

Project Money: Duane Coach

Sound financial advice from a Project Money coach helping a team compete for ten thousand dollars. More>>

Project Money: Brown's coach

In this Project Money report, the coach of team Brown talks about what it will take for them to win the $10,000 prize. 

 
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Project Money: Jones Coach

We can all use a little help now and then, especially when it comes to managing money.  Here are some coaching tips from Project Money. More>>

Project Money: Sacrifices

There's no gain without pain.  It doesn't just apply to athletes, it's also the rule when it comes to saving money.  Our Project Money teams show us the sacrifices they're making to win ten thousand dollars. More>>

Project Money: Team Duane

Too much month at the end of the money.  It happens to a lot of us at one time or another and often, it's a mystery where the money went.  Here's how one Project Money team solved that mystery. More>>

Project Money: Team Brown

If there's one thing we can say about all of our Project Money teams, it's that their first big lesson is usually, 'little things can really add up'. More>>

Project Money: Team Jones

The $10,000 prize is what drives the Project Money teams to pay off their debt and raise their savings, but one team finds priceless value in another aspect of the contest. More>>

Project Money: Team Robertson

A new Project Money season has just begun, putting four local families to the test to cut their debt and increase their savings.  The team that does it best comes away with a ten thousand dollar prize to start the new year. More>>

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