Share Certificate Shopping: How To Keep Your Money Spinning!

Share Certificate Shopping: How To Keep Your Money Spinning!
Share Certificate Shopping: How To Keep Your Money Spinning!

Share Savings Certificates are an excellent savings option. They’re NCUA-insured, which gives you peace of mind in knowing your deposits are secure. They’ve got a better dividend rate than a savings account and

Category: Financial Wellness
Tags: Share Saving Certificates, Savings, Planning, Budget

The Do's And Don'ts Of Credit Repair

The Do's And Don'ts Of Credit Repair
The Do's And Don'ts Of Credit Repair

If you’ve recently been rejected from a credit application of any kind, you may be looking at a poor credit score for any number of reasons. You might have been late with your credit card payments, have an outstanding judgment against you or have even been frauded or

Category: Financial Wellness
Tags: credit score, Budget, Financial Health, Planning

Why Choose A Credit Union?

Why Choose A Credit Union
Why Choose A Credit Union?

Q: I love my credit union, but I also have a checking account at a bank. Should I move that account to a credit union?


A: You’re not alone. Many Americans are dissatisfied with their banks.

Tags: Banking, financial wellness, Credit Unions, Planning, accounts

15 Tricks To Sell Your Home Quickly!

15 Tricks To Sell Your Home Quickly!
15 Tricks To Sell Your Home Quickly!

Spring is in the air! And aside for the hum of lawnmowers, newly bloomed flowers and the chime of the ice cream truck, spring means the chance at a fresh start in a fresh, new home. 

If you’re looking to sell your home and start over somewhere else, you likely want to see that

Category: Home
Tags: selling, home, moving, tips

Saving On Home Renovations

Saving On Home Renovations
Saving On Home Renovations

Is your kitchen in desperate need of a facelift? Bathrooms haven’t been remodeled since Bush was in the White House? (And we’re not saying which one!)


With the warmer weather approaching, many homeowners are thinking of making minor and major household improvements. And for most, the cost will be prohibitive:

Category: Budgeting, Home
Tags: home renovation, HELOC, tips, remodeling

Energy Savings Tips - What to Look For When Buying Appliances

ENERGY SAVING TIPS – WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING NEW APPLIANCES
Energy Savings Tips - What to look for when purchasing new appliances

There’s no getting away from the fact that our dependence on energy increases daily. With energy-dependent technology driving our lives, ecologists continue to search for ways to save our environment. Focusing on energy-efficient

Tags: appliances, energy efficiency, budgeting

What Were The Actual 2018 Tax Changes

What Changed With The New Tax Law?
Don't be caught off-guard when filing your 2018 taxes, check out the IRS Withholding Calculator!

Q: There was so much talk about the proposed changes to the tax code. Now that the changes have finally been signed into law, I’m wondering which planned modifications actually became a reality. What were the exact changes

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LifeHack: Saving Money At Target

Shopping at Target? When the last digit of a price is an 8, the price may drop again. If the last digit of the price is a 4, that's the lowest it'll go.
Shopping at Target? Here is a fun way to make sure you are getting the lowest price!

Are you a regular at Target? If you love the store’s wide layout and great discounts, you’ll want to know this money hack

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Lifehack: Using the Money Envelope System

Money Envelopes are a low-tech way of helping you plan a budget
Money Envelopes are a low-tech way of helping you plan a budget!

If you’re like many of us, you’ve been trying to stick to a budget for a while, but by the time each month is over, you’ve busted your budget – again.

Because of this recurring pattern, you’re probably

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All About Chip Enabled Cards

For additional security, the new ATMs that were recently installed at all of our branches are enabled to read the EMV chip found in most debit and credit cards (AKA: The Chip). This means there is an additional step involved when starting the transaction on these machines.

  1. Slide your card in the slot as normal, wait a few seconds and remove.
  2. The screen will come up with a message informing you that the card has “the chip enabled” and must be reinserted and left in the machine until the end of your transaction. (If your card doesn’t have the
Category: Credit Union News
Tags: Banking, cards, debit, credit, the chip, chip-enabled

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