Summer means flip-flops and sandy beaches, sunscreen and baseball, fireworks and ice cream—and expensive vacations. Read on for four ways US Community Credit Union can send you packing for your dream summer vacation getaway.
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If you have accumulated more than $1,000 in savings, keep reading. Chances are, you know you should save your money, but don’t know where to put it. There are tons of saving options, too, that range from low risk to high risk investments.
It’s finally spring! The season that inspires us to get organized or clean out that overstuffed closet. But, why stop there? Have you considered that maybe your finances could use a little clean up as well?
By the end of January, many of us will have forgotten all about our New Year’s resolutions. It can be difficult to change our lives, even when it’s for the better. Knowing this, we want you to know that, in your financial life, there are changes you can make today that will last the entire year.
In an effort to simplify their money, people sometimes consolidate accounts. This is OK in many instances, but it’s important to remember that rainy day funds and emergency funds serve different purposes.
In the weeks leading up to the holidays, every trip to the mall means battling crowds and retail manipulation priming us to overspend. No worries, though; we’ve got 10 incredible mall shopping hacks to make your trip a little easier on you and a bit lighter on your budget!
Let’s get straight to the point, your credit score is a very important part of your financial life. Maintaining a good credit score will help save you tons of money in better interest rates on loans. Here are a few simple ways that you can bump your score up!
Cut your energy costs by making your home smarter! If you haven’t already done so, switch to LED light bulbs only. Switching just five bulbs can save you $65 a year in energy costs.
While welcoming a new member of the family is a happy, exciting time, the costs of the first year alone can leave new parents surprised, not to mention broke. And if both mom and dad are working, child care is not a luxury; it is a complete necessity.
With the biggest spending season of the year looming ahead, it’s time to brush up on your shopping smarts. Don’t get caught springing for something you can’t afford!