Published on Dec 04, 2019
Saving money is a difficult task for some to master but developing the habit at a young age can increase the chances of financial independence later on. With the holidays around the corner, your children may receive cash from relatives who are unsure what to gift otherwise, providing the perfect opportunity to introduce the concept of saving to your little ones.
Published on Nov 14, 2019
Somewhere between waking up from a long post-lunch nap and returning to the couch with a slice of pumpkin pie, your Thanksgiving guests will begin to discuss big Black Friday sales they’ve seen - and potentially swap stories they’ve heard about the often-unruly behavior of some shoppers.
Published on Nov 04, 2019
The first credit card debuted in 1950, and 62 years later, Tinder, one of the first location-based dating service apps launched for singles everywhere. On Tinder, users can move their finger to the left or right across the screen of their phone to strike up a conversation with a potential partner. A swipe yes indicates interest while a swipe left is a polite decline.
Published on Oct 28, 2019
An overzealous party-planning committee with a penchant for browsing Pinterest could run the office Halloween party bill up to several hundred bucks, but there’s plenty of ways to celebrate without creating a stack of receipts that will haunt the accounting department for months.
Published on Oct 04, 2019
Below-freezing temperatures can cause a variety of issues with your vehicle, including fluctuating tire pressure, a dead battery, brake corrosion from road salt treatments, and leaks in the steering system. Additionally, inclement weather can cause accidents that could leave your car stuck in the repair shop, or worse, totaled.
Published on Sep 30, 2019
Join us in celebrating International Credit Union Day on October 17, 2019!