On the heels of our last post last month about setting up a Spending Plan, which included links to budgeting tools, this may see a little contradictory. But, if your waiting for the newest tips and trends in personal finance to turn your finances around? Stop! The fact of the matter is, there is almost […]
Our Annual Meeting is Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30 in the Hartland Hall at College View Church. This is were you, as a owner, get reports about the last year operations and vote for new Board Members. There will be a meal and entertainment provided for your family.Our online form to RSVP is closed. You […]
Q: I started using online banking and I love it. It’s so easy to keep track of everything and I can always see my accounts at the credit union, as well as what’s in them. Now that I’ve joined the new era, do I still need to keep a check register, or is that a […]
Have you made a call to a cell number and you have to sit and listen to a greeting. Those are your minutes (depending on your plan) ticking down as you listen to a clever greeting, yet again! Wouldn’t it be great to simply skip to the BEEP so you can leave your message and […]
This week (January 26th-30th) is Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week. Identity theft can disrupt your finances, credit history, and reputation. It can take time, money and patience to resolve. Now is a great time to take a few minutes to learn what identity theft is and how you can protect yourself.
Free Credit Reports Federal law allows you to get a free copy of your credit report once a year from each credit reporting company, Experian, TransUnion and Equafax. Since the report from each of the reporting agencies can be a little different you’ll want to check all three. You could request all three reports now. […]