In addition to saving for retirement, there may be other major financial goals you’ll need to juggle in a lifetime. Let’s say that at age 25 you earned $35,000. If your salary increased at the average historical rate, you’d have earned nearly $2 million by the time you were 65.1 That might sound like a lot – until you begin thinking about all the financial goals you’ll need to juggle in a lifetime, including buying a home and paying your child’s education, while funding your own retirement...Read More
Did you know we offer residential mortgage loans many other lenders don’t? It’s true. With a 60+ year track record of satisfying financial needs, we’re big enough to serve you and your clients, but small enough to provide the flexibility and options you’re looking for...Read More
Entering your 50s and behind in your retirement planning goals? Don’t fret. You’ve still got time to get your financial plan back on track. There are many steps older investors can take to better prepare themselves financially for retirement. Here are six tips that may help you make the most of your final working years...Read More
Besides helping you get a great rate on your auto loan and saving you time, money, and frustration with our CU at the Wheel auto buying service, we welcome you to take advantage of additional ways the Credit Union can save you money on your car...Read More
Is your insurance adequate for your 2015 life changes? The Smith family experienced sticker shock when their son began driving. While they knew adding a teen driver would cost more, they didn’t realize how much more. Make sure your insurance policies match your life changes...Read More
Car insurance can be a pain in the neck to understand, but failing to do so can cost you big bucks. Not all policies are the same across the board, and small changes can equate to big savings. The New Year is almost here, so it’s time for a year-end review of your auto insurance policy...Read More
Calculating a retirement savings goal is one of the most important steps investors can take to help determine if they are on pace to meet that goal. However, most American workers haven't tried to figure out how much money they will need to accumulate for retirement. What about you?
The FBI reminds holiday shoppers to beware of cyber criminals who are out to steal money and personal information. Scammers use many techniques to defraud consumers, from phishing e-mails offering too good to be true deals on brand-name merchandise to offering quick cash to victims...
A debit card is an excellent tool to keep cash at your fingertips without carrying around a stack of Benjamins, but when used incorrectly, debit cards leave you susceptible to identity theft, fraud and ATM withdrawal fees...Read More