Credit scores are our financial resumes, which is why lenders use our credit scores to determine if they are willing to lend you money and if so, how much and for what interest rate. Below is a list of 10 ways to help improve your credit score. So the next time you think about applying […]
A credit score is based on information obtained from your credit report, which is derived from several factors – including payment history. Below is an infograph outlining the basics of a credit score. To help educate our members, we are sharing a series of blog posts on credit scores and ways to improve yours. In case […]
WebProNews seems to think so! There are a few reasons why more and more Americans are quitting big banks and moving on to smaller, local credit unions. For starters, a credit union is not an institution that is set up to meet its institution’s bottom line. Did you know that when you invest money in a credit union, you […]
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In honor of Money Smart Week, we’re partnering with GreenPath® to bring you a week of financial webinars. Below is a list of each webinar and as a DOCO Credit Union member – these are FREE for you! Monday, April 7th at 7 PM | What’s On Your Credit Report Monday, April 7th at 9 […]
Did you know that 34% of New Year resolutions are money related? Let DOCO Credit Union help you achieve your resolution! According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, the third most popular New Year’s resolution for 2014 is to spend less and save more. They also report that 34% of all New Year’s resolutions are […]