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  • What Are the Differences Between a Traditional IRA and a Roth IRA?

    An IRA is a retirement savings account with potential tax benefits. Along with your employer plan, setting up an IRA is a key step when starting your retirement savings plan. An important thing to consider is which type of IRA is most beneficial for you, a Traditional or a Roth?
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  • 3 Tips for Financing a Career Change

    You did it! You’ve decided on a major career change. Congratulations! It was a tough decision to make, but now you are ready to make the leap to making this career change a reality. Sometimes when you decide to make a major career move, you might be taking a lower salary or might have to go to school to get further education. But how do you finance all of that? Here are a few tips in reaching your dreams.
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  • Protect Yourself Against Elder Financial Abuse Scams

    Anyone can fall victim to financial scams, but senior citizens are at a higher risk. Elder financial abuse is a crime that can deplete your entire retirement savings, while the scammers make off with your hard-earned money. According to the National Council on Aging, estimates of elder financial abuse and fraud range from $2.9 billion to $36.5 billion every year.
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  • Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?

    When mortgage rates are low, you may think, “Should I refinance my mortgage?” There are a few benefits when you refinance. You could lower your payment, shorten your term, lower your interest rate or lower your interest expense. But how do you know if refinancing is the right move for you?
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  • What Is a Credit Score and Why Is It Important?

    Are you ready to apply for a personal loan, auto loan or mortgage? You might question what a credit score is and why it’s important when applying for these loans.
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  • How to Financially Prepare for Having a Baby

    Congrats, you’re having a baby! This time can be exciting and a little scary. While you’re picking out cute little clothes, bibs and baby toys, you should also be thinking about how you can prepare financially before having the baby.
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  • Password Security Tips - What Makes a Strong Password?

    These days, we’re living in a world that is completely password driven. We depend on passwords to access online banking, online shopping, social media and more. You often hear that you should use strong passwords online, but what makes a password strong?
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  • 5 Things to Do After Graduating High School

    Congrats, seniors! What a year it has been… but you made it through it all! The question you might be thinking now is, “What’s next?” We've compiled a list of 5 things you should do after high school, before you head off to college or your next adventure.
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  • What is A Share Account?

    A share account is a savings or checking account at a credit union. These accounts establish your share of ownership and allow you to use the great features a credit union has to offer as a member. Credit unions differ from banks in the fact that every account holder is an owner of the institution, and we are proud of that!
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  • 4 Things First-Time Homebuyers Should Do Before House Hunting

    One of the biggest milestones many of us reach is buying our first home. It can be an exciting time in one’s life, but it can also be a stressful one. Being able to navigate through the home buying process can sometimes be cumbersome, especially if you have never done it before. Here are 4 quick tips to get you started on the right foot.
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