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Identity Theft Resolutions

  • June 4th, 2020

Stay vigilant and protect your financial information. If you are a victim of identity theft, take these steps immediately:  Place a fraud alert on your credit reports, ask for a free copy of your credit report, and review those reports…

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Financial Tips for Turbulent Times

  • May 20th, 2020

Whether you're an older worker with seemingly few options to recoup significant investment losses, or a younger worker with minimal or no investment savings at all, don't let a difficult financial climate scare you by not taking any action at…

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Taking Care of Your Finances During a Pandemic

  • May 4th, 2020

The COVID-19 virus has impacted everyone’s life and regular routines are being affected, including taking care of banking needs. Fortunately, most of your banking can now be handled safely online, via your mobile device, or by landline. To help you…

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Tips for Planning a Family Road Trip

  • March 11th, 2020

Family road trips can become some of your most treasured memories…or your biggest headaches. With a little planning and a few family meetings, you can have a fun adventure you will all remember for years. RoadTrip America offers these travel…

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What Makes Credit Unions Different?

  • February 26th, 2020

Your credit union is a different kind of financial institution. Here are four key factors that set us apart from other financial institutions: 1. You are an owner. Members who belong to the credit union are its owners, not merely customers.…

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Tax Scam: Tips to Help You Protect Your Identity

  • February 12th, 2020

Here's the bad news about any unexpected good news you receive in an email from the Internal Revenue Service: It's probably bogus. For example, the IRS will not contact you via email, out of the blue, about a refund you…

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Which Tax Preparer?

  • January 29th, 2020

When you have a specific health problem, you see a specialist, right? This tax season, look for select specialties in your tax preparer. Which Pete Sepp, President of National Taxpayers Union, Alexandria, Virginia, recommends.  Sepp offers the following tips:  Don't…

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Bad Money Habits and How to Fix Them

  • January 15th, 2020

Learning how to use money wisely is an essential skill that isn’t always taught to us as children. Some of us pick up bad money habits on our journey to adulthood. Often, we’re just not being mindful of where our…

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6 Ways to Get Financially Fit in 2020

  • December 18th, 2019

About half of Americans make New Year's resolutions each January, but only about 20% of people keep them. Getting into shape and achieving financial goals are among the most popular resolutions. ( While we can’t help you reach your ideal…

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Earn Quick, Extra Money for the Holidays

  • December 2nd, 2019

Millennials are no strangers to the side hustle – that second job or occasional gig so many have taken on for extra cash. The phenomenon has given rise to what's called the "gig economy." A multitude of apps and websites…

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