How Mobile Account Alerts Can Help You
Have you ever gone to check out at a store and whipped out the plastic to pay, only to find out that the transaction won’t go through? If you have, you know that it can be a frustrating and embarrassing situation. Luckily the technology exists to help you avoid these little boo-boos in the future.
Know Your Money Psychology Style
We all make decisions with our money at one point or another that don’t work out for the best. Its just inevitable. But if you find yourself falling into patterns of behavior that lead to negative financial consequences, it could be time to examine a little more closely how you make these choices.
Four Tips for Making Valuable Business Connections at Events
As a marketing and events professional, people assume I am a natural extrovert. While the truth is actually the opposite, here’s my advice for making the most out of business gatherings.
Teaching Kids to Save, Share and Spend Smart
When my kids were young, it was a natural inclination for them and their friends to spend money. The difficult part came in teaching them to save.
Get Paid Up to Two Days Early
At Service Credit Union, military members with direct deposit get paid up to two days early. Learn more about why this actually is a “big deal.”
Transitioning From Military to Civilian Life
When my husband came home one day in April and told me he was retiring from military service in July, I panicked …
Simple but Effective Ways to Help Prevent Identity Theft
There was a time when your social security number was also your license number, college ID number and bank account number. Those days are gone and rightfully so. Securing your social security number is one of the top ways to protect yourself from identity theft. You should never put your Social Security card in your wallet or write it on your checks. It should only be given out when absolutely necessary.