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It pays to talk about checking!
March 26, 2015 In this digital age, it’s become standard practice to comment on, like, review, critique and argue about almost everything. From the restaurant we got dinner from last week, to the hotel we stayed...
Money Management 101 (Video)
March 4, 2015 When it comes to personal finance, there really are a few important virtues to live by that can make a big difference: spend less than you earn, focus on saving, use loans in a healthy way that...
The Complications of Bad Credit
January 28, 2015 For the 35% of Americans with debts currently in collections, and for the millions who have to face low ratings listed on their credit reports, having bad credit can mean a lot of grief. While most...
The Hidden Digits Behind 0% Financing
January 12, 2015 Maybe you've heard the ads in car commercials on TV, or maybe you've been offered “free financing” when buying an appliance in the store. It’s likely that, at some point, you’ve heard about...
Planning Your 2015 Financial Resolutions
December 23, 2014 Drawing near is the time where we struggle to remember to write a new number on the date, to decide whether we will call it “twenty-fifteen” or “two thousand and fifteen,” and to mull over the changes...
An Amazing Gift: A Life Insurance Story
December 2, 2014 Shane Donaca was a devoted family man, hard-working business owner and motorcycle enthusiast. One fateful weekend, Shane was in a tragic accident that took his life and changed everything for...
3 Things Food Banks Need, But Don't Ask...
November 19, 2014 As you may have heard, FCU is in the middle of our 3rd Annual Canned Food Supply Drive. Each of our branches have a special green tub set up to collect your charitable donations, whether...
5 Ways to Know It's a Debt Relief Scam
November 6, 2014 Imagine receiving a phone call telling you that all your debt worries are over. A company can take care of all your current obligations, lower your monthly payments and get you out of debt 30-70%...
Women, Money & the Long Term
October 22, 2014 How many short-term financial decisions do you make each week? You probably make more than a few, and they may feel routine. Yet in managing these day-to-day issues, you may be drawn away from...

It pays to talk about checking!

In this digital age, it’s become standard practice to comment on, like, review, critique and argue about almost everything. From the restaurant we got dinner from last week, to the hotel we stayed...

Money Management 101 (Video)

When it comes to personal finance, there really are a few important virtues to live by that can make a big difference: spend less than you earn, focus on saving, use loans in a healthy way that...

The Complications of Bad Credit

For the 35% of Americans with debts currently in collections, and for the millions who have to face low ratings listed on their credit reports, having bad credit can mean a lot of grief. While...

The Hidden Digits Behind 0% Financing

Maybe you've heard the ads in car commercials on TV, or maybe you've been offered “free financing” when buying an appliance in the store. It’s likely that, at some point, you’ve heard about...

Planning Your 2015 Financial Resolutions

Drawing near is the time where we struggle to remember to write a new number on the date, to decide whether we will call it “twenty-fifteen” or “two thousand and fifteen,” and to mull over the changes...

An Amazing Gift: A Life Insurance Story

Shane Donaca was a devoted family man, hard-working business owner and motorcycle enthusiast. One fateful weekend, Shane was in a tragic accident that took his life and changed everything for his...

3 Things Food Banks Need, But Don't Ask For

As you may have heard, FCU is in the middle of our 3rd Annual Canned Food Supply Drive. Each of our branches have a special green tub set up to collect your charitable donations, whether they’re...

5 Ways to Know It's a Debt Relief Scam

Imagine receiving a phone call telling you that all your debt worries are over. A company can take care of all your current obligations, lower your monthly payments and get you out of debt 30-70%...

Women, Money & the Long Term

How many short-term financial decisions do you make each week? You probably make more than a few, and they may feel routine. Yet in managing these day-to-day issues, you may be drawn away from...