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Jul 16, 2021

There are a handful of significant life events that require an extra look at your finances; finishing school, getting married, having a baby, and retirement to name a few. One additional milestone may sneak up on you: becoming an empty nester. Read this blog post to learn what to expect and how to financially plan for it.

Jun 18, 2021

Do you feel stressed about rising grocery costs? It’s no secret that food prices have increased over the last few months. Read this post for tips on how to find good food on a tight budget.

May 26, 2021

Do you need assistance paying college tuition? That’s a valid concern, given the soaring cost of college attendance. Read this blog to find out what you need to know before we reach the deadline for FAFSA assistance.

May 21, 2021

A message from your President and CEO, Dale Turner on our Virtual Annual Meeting, 2020 Annual Report and recent COVID-19 updates.

May 21, 2021

Deciding to rent or buy your home takes careful consideration. There are a lot of factors to consider, like whether you can afford the up-front costs of a home loan, how long you plan to stay in your current location and if you want something small or space to raise a family. It can be overwhelming to feel like you have to decide what’s right for you, right now. To help you make a decision, we put together a list of pros and cons along with some helpful resources.

May 20, 2021

You just landed your first “real” job and are beginning your career—congrats! Having a career means you’ll be able to work toward a lifelong dream or that you may be able to afford some of those daily comforts. But, before you deposit your first paycheck, let us give you some pointers to help you build a solid financial foundation.

Apr 01, 2021

April is Financial Literacy Month! Challenge yourself to learn something new about finances this month—and make it easy with our Education Center.

Jan 06, 2021

As you build credit, you'll want to make sure that your credit is reported accurately. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for crediting reporting agencies to make mistakes in their reports. In this article, we'll go over the basics of credit reporting and how you can fix an error if you find one.

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