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4 Financial Hurdles to Clear on the Road to Retirement

When friends and loved ones finally raise their glasses to bid you a long and healthy retirement, you don’t want to be worrying about how your bills will get paid. That is why it is so important to participate in your company’s retirement plan now. On the road to retirement,

Spring Cleaning: How Should You Dispose of Financial Documents

Every year, it’s nice to do a bit of “financial spring cleaning” and declutter your filing cabinet, your desk drawers, and the various hiding places where miscellaneous scraps of paper tend to accumulate and multiply. If you don’t possess a personal shredding machine, the credit union has shred bins at

6 Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids Before They Get to Campus

On their own for the first time, many college students struggle with their newfound responsibilities, including handling their money. According to a survey from financial education company EverFi and technology and financial services company HigherOne, college students are less confident in their ability to manage money than any other aspect

Kids Get Wild About Saving in April

April is National Credit Union Youth Month, and we’re teaching kids of all ages the value of the dollar! It’s never too early to learn to save, manage and spend money wisely. We’ll be providing money-managing education all month long with giveaways and a coloring contest to boot! Teaching children