Are you a frequent traveler, temporarily moving to college, or permanently moving to another state? If so, you're probably realizing how important it is to have a credit union near you to be able to complete transactions just like you would at your local branch. Are you aware 1st MidAmerica Credit Union is part of one of the largest branch networks in the United States? The CO-OP Shared Branch Network has over 5,800 locations across all 50 states, currently making it the largest branch network. The CO-OP ATM Network also offers over 30,000 surcharge-free ATM’s, covering all 50 states and 10 countries.
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You’ve decided you’re ready to settle down and buy your forever home. You’re not planning to move again, so you want to make sure the house you buy is as close to perfect for you as it can get. Below, we’ll give you some tips on what to keep in mind when you’re searching for your forever home.
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You use your smartphone as a camera, calculator, flashlight, calendar and so much more. You can also use your smartphone as a form of payment. Using a mobile wallet, you can make debit or credit card payments with your smartphone or smart watch.
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Teaching a child about money management can better prepare them for their financial future. Knowing how to create a budget is not something that children are born knowing. It is something that is taught. The Save, Spend, Share method is a fun and easy activity to educate children about money management.
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You will be hard-pressed to find a single person who doesn’t like receiving extra money. 401(k) matching is your employer agreeing to match contributions up to a certain percentage of your salary! It can’t get better than that, right? Here are some things to keep in mind.
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It is not uncommon for people to refer to a credit union as a bank. After all, there are many similarities between the two! They both offer many similar products and services, but there are a few key differences. Much of the credit union difference is rooted in its structure as a Cooperative.
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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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Military families provide an extraordinary service to our country by helping to protect our nation. This article contains important financial tips specifically for them.
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When it comes to owning your own home, there are several financial aspects that you’ll want to consider: your budget, your potential down payment, and what type of mortgage loan you’ll need. There are several options available when it comes to mortgages – but how do you pick the right one? Let’s review the different types of mortgage loans and help you find out which one is the best option for you.
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Teaching your kids about money is an important part of setting them up for future success. Learning about saving and how money works will help your kids be more financially responsible when they grow up. Here are a few ways to help your kids learn about money.
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