Breaking Bad Money Habits

Everyone has bad habits, some of which we may not even been aware. It’s no different when it comes to your finances. There are small, everyday decisions that you could

Transferring Money Online

Transferring money online is becoming a more common occurrence every single day. Whether it’s paying back for movie tickets, buying or selling something, or even sending

How To: Save on Living Expenses in College

Being a full time student and enduring the rising rates of college can be challenging. For many, living expenses is another detrimental cost that is thrown into their

Marriage & Finances

There's enough stress associated with planning a wedding that most people don't even think about their finances. However, this is an important step towards your lives

Teaching Kids to Save Money

April is National Credit Union Youth Month. In honor of this, we are going to talk about some of the ways that you can get your kids started down the path to a solid

America Saves Week - Part One

Feburary 27th – March 4th is ‘America Saves Week.’ This campaign, sponsored by the non-profit organization Consumer Federation of America, seeks to ‘motivate, encourage,

Fortune Cookie Day

September 13th is National Fortune Cookie Day. While many fortunes are a bit silly, some cookies actually have some decent financial advice. Check out a few of our

Garage Sale Tips

Summer is the prime time to clean out some junk, have a garage sale, and make a little money. If you’ve never had a garage sale before, or are just looking for a few

Mid-Year Financial Checkup

You go to the doctor for a checkup. You take your car into the mechanic for an inspection. You take your pets to the vet for an appointment. You even take your

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