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Your Emergency Fund: How Much Is Enough? September 10, 2020

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Four Really Good Reasons to Invest August 6, 2020

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Cheat Sheet to Sending your Child to College July 15, 2020

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Market Timing and Your Investment June 5, 2020

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Spending Triggers May 5, 2020

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Pullbacks, Corrections, and Bear Markets May 5, 2020

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April is National Credit Union Youth Month! April 24, 2020

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Financial Self Care April 16, 2020

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How Will COVID-19 Impact Market Outlook? April 8, 2020

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What You Should Know About the Stimulus Checks April 2, 2020

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Cheat Sheet to Sending your Child to College

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College marks a great milestone in a child’s life. It may be the first time he or she will live away from home. Dropping off your child at college may be an experience loaded with emotions, so here are a few tips for a smoother transition. Accept that the Parent-Child Dynamic Has Changed Your child […]

April is National Credit Union Youth Month!

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It’s never too early for kids to learn how to save. That’s why we offer two savings accounts tailored specifically for kids: Jr. Savers Account, open to youth ages 0-12 Young Investor Account, open to youth ages 13-17* Don’t worry if your child isn’t a member yet, they can still get in on the fun. […]

Small Business Relief

We came across a very helpful link with some solid information on assistance for small businesses.  Our key notes are below, but please click on the link at the bottom of the page for more information from the US Chamber of Commerce. We may add to this post. Check back or follow us on Facebook […]

Pay Yourself First

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Each month, you settle down to pay bills. You pay your mortgage lender. You pay the electric company. You pay the trash collector. But do you pay yourself? One of the most-basic tenets of sound investing involves the simple habit of “paying yourself first” – in other words, making your first payment of each month […]

The 5 Basics of Financial Literacy

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Hi! How literate are you when it comes to your finances? Brush up with these five basics: Credit and Debt – understanding how credit and debt work for and against you are some of the first steps toward understanding personal finance. While it’s not useful to be scared of credit and debt and avoid it […]