Finding the credit card that is right for you depends a great deal on how you intend to use the card. Do you intend to pay the bill in full every month? Are you planning to carry a balance? Do you have other credit card debt to consolidate on to ... Read More
Saving for education costs (both college and K-12 private school tuition) is a major financial goal for many families. Two of your options include 529 programs and Coverdell Education Savings Accounts. Here are some important facts and guidelines for both.
529 College Savings Programs
There are two main types of 529 programs ... Read More
The Board of Directors and the management team believe that the strategic growth objectives for our organization can best be accomplished by converting the Federal Charter to a State Charter. Future growth allows us to achieve increased economies of scale and lower operating expenses, which results in improved rates, enhanced ... Read More
When you initially evaluate the total cost of a college education the challenge ahead can appear daunting. Taking out thousands of dollars in student loans may seem inevitable, but there are other ways that you can attend college without relying on student loans.
Choose a less expensive school, and pay in cash.
There is ... Read More
It's easy to create a monthly household budget. The difficult part is sticking to. Although you can count on the cost of fixed expenses every month such as your mortgage or car payments, budgets can also get off track when you start overspending on items such as dining out and ... Read More
Crane Federal Credit Union and Centurion Federal Credit Union have announced that the two organizations will be joining together effective as of the close of business on September 18, 2015. In a special meeting of the members of Centurion Federal Credit Union, the membership overwhelmingly approved the merger with Crane.
As ... Read More