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5 Steps to Getting Your Financial House in Order When You're Moving

Moving can be difficult and stressful, but it’s essential to put your financial house in order before you change addresses. If you move without ensuring your bills are paid in full, your unpaid debts could damage your credit rating. When creditors report your delinquent payments – payments that arrive after their

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. The credit union hosts annual Shred Days to help you organize your life and raise

Smart Money Moves for April

April showers might bring May flowers, but more importantly, this time of year brings us … Financial Literacy Month! So in honor of the next four weeks being dedicated to all things money management, we’re bringing you the following savvy moves to help you get your financial house in order:

Revealing Your Financial Personality

How did you decide where to open your first bank account? Where did you learn to budget or pay bills? If you have a money question now, who do you turn to? Find out what your go to for financial advice says about you: If you’re under the age of