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    Financial Tips for Growing Families How to maintain your family’s finances now & well into the future. Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union Whether you have a new baby on the way or already have children in your household, being financially stable should be a top priority. As vacation season winds down and the school routine ramps up, it’s a perfect time to reexamine your family’s financial situation to ensure you’re on track. We’re here to offer tips for setting your family up for success now and into the years ahead. Ensure your household finances are stable. While it can be tough to determine what to make a financial…

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    Save Smarter – Financial Fitness for Youth

    6 Tips to Guide Children through a Healthy Relationship with Money Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union With school out for the summer, the kids are likely hanging around the house more than usual. Your little audience is watching and probably soaking in more than you realize—which includes how you manage finances. Healthy financial habits begin at a young age, so what better time to teach responsible spending and saving than during a break from the daily grind of school? Here are a few ways to help your kids get started on the path to financial success. Set an example.  Parents who make poor financial decisions like impulse purchases, excessive…

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    5 Tips for Getting your Finances Vacation-Ready

    Learn how managing your money this summer can make travel season even easier Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union Planning for summer travel means choosing a location, booking your stay, and counting down until vacation time. It also means effectively managing and protecting your money so your anticipated getaway doesn’t turn into an unexpected staycation. Follow these simple tips for keeping your financial life in order before, during, and after vacation.  Notify your financial institution before you hit the road. Nothing could ruin a vacation faster than a lack of funds due to a limited cash supply and/or a frozen credit or debit card because of suspicious-looking account activity. Letting your financial institution…

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    Four Reasons to Buddy Up with a Credit Card Combined with responsible spending, these tips could help improve your financial wellness. Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union High-interest rates, nasty fees, or the inability to pay back debt—all can leave you feeling glum when it comes to credit cards. Cheer up! Credit cards don’t have to be your worst financial enemy. If you educate yourself, you’ll discover how befriending your credit card, while spending responsibly, could actually benefit your overall financial health.  Build and/or improve your credit. Are you planning to get a loan for a car or a home? That loan will depend on your credit score. By using a…