In a world where you can order almost anything using your mobile phone, it makes sense that US Community Credit Union offers mobile banking services for our members.
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Did you know there were 14.4 million victims of identity theft in 2018? According to Javelin Strategy, each case cost the victim an average of $1,050 — and that’s only the cost in dollars.
In a world where cyberattacks occur every 39 seconds, it’s no wonder why people might be concerned about payment security. But which payment option is best: Debit versus Credit?
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.
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?
Debt - it’s a sticky word. For most, it is a normal part of life. For others, it is to be avoided like a deadly disease. It can easily become the last thing anyone wants to talk about. However, tackling it early and correctly can save you from massive headaches.
There are a variety of reasons that have led you to this point: the time when you decide something has to change. You need a checking account that works for you, not against you. Maybe you have moved to a new city, or your marital status has recently changed. Perhaps you are tired of excessive fees, or maybe you are unable to access the checking account features you need with your current financial institution. Whatever the case may be, opening a new checking account might be the best option for you.
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.