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Should You Try Debt Consolidation Loans?

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Debt can be scary, but the worst thing you can do is hide from your debt and pretend it isn’t there. Take back your life and financial sanity by consolidating your debt with a debt consolidation loan. What Is Debt Consolidation? Debt consolidation refers to the action of a borrower taking out a new loan […]

Credit Unions vs. Banks

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When you decide to open a checking account, you may look through financial institutions in your community to find what is right for you. Do you need a bank or a credit union? Your choice of a bank or credit union can depend on what services you need or what type of banking experience you […]

How to Serve Humans

It has been interesting to listen to what little feedback there has been from the banks regarding Bank Transfer Day and the estimated 650,000 accounts that switched to credit unions in October alone. I have heard a couple of times that the banker’s response was that they are really not that concerned as, “Those accounts […]

Group Hug for the Choir

Rather an interesting creation, Bank Transfer Day, this past November 5th. Started by the frustration with her big bank, the owner of a small art gallery in SoCal went viral on her FaceBook and blog, and created a national protest that told people to leave their big banks and go local. Hundreds of thousands moved […]