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Sharpen Your Savings Skills

Learning to save money takes practice. By saving, you can spend money on what’s important to you—whether that’s a new video game, a trip to the movies, a used car, or even a college education. Let’s get started: Elementary school: • Ask your parents to help you open your own savings account at the credit […]


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Youth Get Wild About Saving in April

This April, youth can take a walk on the wild side at the credit union. Whether they’ve been to the jungle or not, the call of the wild is enticing to youth of all ages. This year, they can check out the credit union’s financial menagerie without a trip to the banking zoo. During the […]


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Ways to Save

When looking for ways to save, sometimes you must be creative. In our Ways to Save series, we are sharing some bazaar and original ideas on ways for you to save money. You may not have considered modeling before, however if you want a great bargain on a haircut, now may be the time to […]


10 Things We Pay Too Much For (And How To Spend Less)

With the average nuptials costing $25,200, we can probably all agree that plenty of people are overpaying for their wedding day. However, if you’re trying to live within your means, having a budget wedding only gets you so far. After all, you’re only going to get married once, or at least you hope so. Instead, you need to […]

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Free Webinars for You!

Last year, we partnered with GreenPath® Debt Solutions to bring you free, weekly webinars with financial tips and advice. Each Wednesday, we offer webinars on various topics such as saving for retirement, auto shopping, and teaching youth how to budget. We share these webinars on our social sites, but for your convenience you can find […]


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Sharpen Your Savings Skills

Learning to save money takes practice. By saving, you can spend money on what’s important to you—whether that’s a new video game, a trip to the movies, a used car, or even a college education. Let’s get started: Elementary school: Ask your parents to help you open your own savings account at the credit union. […]