Strategies For Paying Off Debt

Consumer debt is an extremely contradictory part of our personal finances: it’s at once common and incredibly personal. According to numerous sources, the majority of US adults owe money in some way, shape or form—and yet what this consumer debt represents can vary drastically from person to person. To some, a debt might signify a … Continue reading Strategies For Paying Off Debt

How to Save Money on Gas this Summer

Summer is right around the corner....finally! However, gas prices are continuing to creep up across parts of the county, with many spots breaking the $3 line again.  As we start to shift into summer travel season, it’s a good time to revisit some potential ways you can ease up the pain at the pump this … Continue reading How to Save Money on Gas this Summer

Choosing Your Financial Institution

What was the very first financial choice you ever made? Think about it: it likely took place before your first job, even as far back as when your annual income consisted of Tooth Fairy money and lucky pennies. The very first financial decision you ever made is also one of the most important choices—it’s where … Continue reading Choosing Your Financial Institution

13 Fun Facts About Credit Unions

In honor of Friday 13th, I thought I would share some credit union knowledge with all of you. Here are 13 facts about credit unions that you may not have known! 13 Fun Facts About Credit Unions In 1934, President Roosevelt signed into law the Federal Credit Union Act. This established credit unions as an alternative to banks … Continue reading 13 Fun Facts About Credit Unions