how much you’ll save using online bill pay!The higher postal rates go, the more you save with FREE Online Bill Pay from Lincoln SDA Credit Union. By paying your next ten bills using this FREE service, you’ll save $4.50. And, over the next twelve months, your savings will really add up. With Online Bill Pay […]
Question: I’ve setup my Virtual Branch account but I keep getting paper statements. How to I get setup for paperless Statements? Answer: Once you get your Virtual Branch account setup, you need to go to the Self Services area to activate eStatements. Detailed instructions can be Found Here.
Have you ever completed your tax returns only to find out that you owe way more to Uncle Sam than you were expecting – or worse, that your tax bill is more than you can possibly afford to pay right now? Don’t worry. If this is the case, you’re not alone. And, more importantly, you’re […]
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 […]
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. […]