Are you looking for a way to pay down your credit card debt, but don’t know how to go about doing so? A balance transfer could help you pay down your debt and save you some cash in the process. Read on to find out how a balance transfer works and how it could help you.
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You’ve probably heard the terms credit and credit score before, but do you know how these two things affect you and your financial life? To begin, credit is borrowed money that you can use to purchase goods or services that you must pay back in the future. A credit score is a three-digit number between 300 and 850 that is designed to reflect the likelihood you will pay your bills on time.
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Congratulations! You’re engaged - or maybe just really prepared! Whatever stage you're at in your relationship, weddings are an exciting time for you and your loved ones. But they can also be very expensive. The average cost of a wedding in 2022 is upwards of $30,000. There are so many new social media trends that help create a special day, but also come with a hefty price tag. Here are seven tips on how to reign in your spending on your wedding day.
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You just received a check, but you’re not sure when you’ll be able to stop by the credit union to deposit it. Instead of waiting (and waiting) to put that money in your account, you could use mobile check deposit and deposit that check right now.
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Do you find yourself scrolling through social media platforms and an ad catches your eye every time? Between ads and influencers on social media, you may find yourself buying products that you didn’t know you needed. With a few helpful tips, you can modify your spending habits to save more in your budget.
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When you were a kid, you might have saved all your money in a cute, little piggy bank, or maybe your parents opened a savings account that you never really thought too much about. Now that you’re older, it’s time to put your money to work using the deposit account(s) that works best for you. But what are they and how do you choose the one that’s a good fit for you? Don’t worry! We’re here to help!
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Scammers are using email to trick you into giving them your personal information more and more. This practice is known as phishing. Cybercriminals may try to steal your account numbers, your Social Security number or your passwords. With this information, they could gain access to your email account, bank account or other accounts. Although the scammers are always coming up with new tricks, there are a few signs that will help you recognize a phishing email.
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Going off to college is a huge transition and, for many of you, it is the first time you will be living on your own. Some may live in an apartment off campus, but many will live in a dorm room. College residence hall rooms are not known for being spacious sanctuaries. The average dorm room is 180-square-feet!
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An account statement is a document that contains details of all the transactions made with your account during a period of time. Looking at your statement, you will be able to see all the transactions that come in and out of your account in one place. For each transaction, you will see the date, description, and amount of the transaction, as well as an ending balance. With this information, you can manage your finances and make better financial decisions.
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Online bill pay makes paying bills safe and easy! It’s like a one stop shop to pay your bills. Here’s why members love this service:
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