Jan 282019

When Should You Remodel Your Home?

Posted on January 28, 2019 Uncategorized

  Many homeowners find the month of January to be the best possible time to start working on home renovations, both big and small. Whether you need replacement windows or doors, new countertops in your bathroom or kitchen, or even just creating a more functional and effective organizational system, getting started now or planning early is a popular idea in the beginning of the year.   If you’re looking to consider doing some renovations for your home this year, consider some of the following first before you start making financial plans:   Creating more effective space. When you’re building a

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Jan 212019

Financial Advice for New Parents Staying at Home

Posted on January 21, 2019 Uncategorized

  When you’re planning for a child, you know your life will be turned upside-down for a long time. Newborns, infants and toddlers can take up a lot of time in caring for them, as they lack many functions. Some parents have the privilege of taking maternity/paternity care, and some don’t. But regardless, there has to be a plan in place regarding whether parents will stay in the workforce, or one parent will resign from a job to stay home with the child.   There are certainly pros and cons to either situation, but with only one main source of

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Jan 112019

The Many Benefits of Banking Online

Posted on January 11, 2019 Blog, Blog, Blog, Group A, Group A, Group A

  With the progression of the internet, mobile devices and mobile apps, at one point or another, modern technology was going to advance to where you could start banking and managing your accounts online, rather than having to drive to a branch to take care of your financial needs. However, roughly 34 percent of credit union members across the country either aren’t familiar with online banking, or they choose to bank in person at a branch. While it’s understandable that people who may not be used to new technological advances might be hesitant to manage their accounts virtually, it’s more

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