Retirement Primer: All You Need to Know About SEP IRAs

Retirement Primer: All You Need to Know About SEP IRAs

With so many retirement account options, some of them can go unnoticed and underappreciated. One of these is the Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan, most commonly utilized as a SEP IRA, or individual retirement account. Let’s take a look at these retirement plans and how they work as well as the pros

The Retirement Primer: All You Need to Know About Traditional IRAs

The Retirement Primer: All You Need to Know About Traditional IRAs

As you plan for your retirement, you’ll likely consider opening and managing several kinds of retirement accounts. One of the most commonly used retirement accounts is a traditional IRA. Let’s take a look at this account, how it works and the

The U.S. Is the Most Scammed Country in the World

The U.S. Is the Most Scammed Country in the World

A recent report by Social Catfish(link is external), an online investigation service, found that

If Inflation is Improving, Why Are Prices Still So High?

If Inflation is Improving, Why Are Prices Still So High?

Q: I’ve heard that inflation is finally slowing down, but I’m finding that prices are still shockingly high on just about everything. Why are prices still so inflated, and when can we expect them to finally start dropping?

All You Need to Know About the New Income-Driven Repayment Plan for Student Loans

All You Need to Know About the New Income-Driven Repayment Plan for Student Loans

After the Supreme Court blocked the Education Department’s student debt cancellation plan in June, the department announced its latest student loan overhaul: a new income-driven repayment plan called SAVE (Saving on A Valuable Education). The exact

Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month

Financial literacy is the ability to understand and use financial skills, including responsible money management, budgeting, saving and investing for the future. Let’s take a deeper look at Financial Literacy Month along with some ways to become more financially literate for managing our money responsibly all year long. 

The history of Financial Literacy Month

How do I Choose a Credit Card that Fits my Lifestyle?

How do I Choose a Credit Card that Fits my Lifestyle?

Q: I’m looking to open a new credit card, and I’m confused by the options. How can I find a credit card that best fits my lifestyle?

A: There are many types of credit cards. The one that’s best for you depends on your life circumstances as well

Black History Month and Credit Unions

Black History Month and Credit Unions

Black History Month provides Americans across the country with the opportunity to celebrate the rich history and culture of the Black American people. As a financial cooperative built on the twin values of community and kindness, we anticipate using this month to study Black American history and culture as it relates to finances, banks, and

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Your Complete Guide to Buying an RV and ATV

Your Complete Guide to Buying an RV and ATV

If you’re ready to purchase an RV or an ATV, the number of choices to make can be overwhelming. The price range for different vehicles is enormous, choosing between a new or used vehicle can be tricky and securing financing can be a nightmare all its own. To help you through the process, we’ve outlined the steps to take

All You Need to Know About Auto Loans

All You Need to Know About Auto Loans

If you’re in the market for a new car or truck, you’re likely also shopping for an auto loan. Your auto loan will affect your monthly budget for the full term of the loan, so it’s important to do your research and make an informed decision before finalizing it. Here’s all you need to know about auto loans and how to choose the one that’s best for you.

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