What to Do with Mutilated Money

If you’ve ever tried making a purchase with cash that was heavily damaged, you may have gotten a funny look from the cashier—or maybe they wouldn’t accept your money at

Secured vs. Unsecured Loans

Chances are, at some point you’ll take out a loan of some kind. After all, the average debt per American is $90,460, according to a 2021 CNBC report. If you’re

What is a Money Mule?

On Tuesday, we talked about what money laundering is and how it affects you. Today, we’ll talk about “money mules,” the part they play in the money laundering process,

How Money Laundering Affects You

You’re not alone if the term “money laundering” brings to mind images of washing machines, dryers, and laundry detergent. After all, laundering money is the process of

Blog Rewind - Business

Whether you have a business of your own or are thinking about starting one, Cyprus is here to help. Schedule an appointment with one of our business advisors to learn

Costs of New vs. Used Cars

There’s nothing quite like your brand-new ride having the latest technology, a modern design, a clean interior, and zero maintenance issues. But is buying a used car the

What is the Fed?

If you’ve ever opened up a savings account, taken out a loan on a car, or cashed a check, you’ve had personal experience with the banking system. All credit unions,

What to Know About Data Breaches

Along with all the conveniences of technology come its disadvantages. Data breaches are one such disadvantage. When you've been a part of a data breach, it can feel as

Know Your Loan Lingo: Amortization

Knowing your lingo will help you stay well-informed whenever you are going through the loan process. One term you might hear is amortization. Let’s take a minute to