You asked and we answered. Tracy and Laura share 5 commonly asked questions about your credit union. #TheBetterWayToBank #WhereYouBankMatters Featuring: Laura Woods & Tracy Verner with 1st Financial Federal Credit Union in St. Louis, MO. https://1stfinancialfcu.blog/ Connect with Us: https://1stfinancialfcu.blog/ https://www.1stfinancialfcu.org/ https://www.facebook.com/1stFinancial
This week around the credit union we’ve been talking a lot about job loss. Not because any of us are in that position, but because we know so many people that have been affected by the government shut down. We’ve been brainstorming how we can help them, but it can be overwhelming to consider what … Continue reading Dealing with an Unexpected Job Loss
The average American family of 4 (two adults and 2 children) spends roughly $200 a week on groceries which is a lot of money that’s spent on food. I grew up in a large family of 7 so couponing was a must in my family. In 2019, my husband and I decided that we needed … Continue reading Thrifty Living: Couponing 101
After Eric and I got engaged we moved in together and got a real-world reality check. It quickly became obvious that we needed to figure out how we were going to handle our expenses and financials as a COUPLE… yikes! We knew that we needed and plan and that being on the same page with … Continue reading The Newlyweds Guide to Budgeting
Laura and Tracy reflect on 2018 and look forward to what's coming in 2019. #2018inReview #reallife #betterwaytobank Featuring: Laura Woods & Tracy Verner with 1st Financial Federal Credit Union in St. Louis, MO.
Unless you work in finance (and sometimes even if you do), it can be difficult to understand all the ins and outs of banking. There are plenty of misconceptions surrounding banks and their services and it’s easy to be misled by false information. So, today I’m breaking down some of the biggest myths that revolve … Continue reading 4 Banking Myths You Shouldn’t Believe
I say this all the time… I have the best job ever! This year, we’ve been celebrating our 50th anniversary with 50 Small Acts of Cooperation. 50 Acts of Cooperation was born out of the idea that when we work together we can accomplish great things. I’m grateful that I’ve had the opportunity to help … Continue reading Reflecting on 50 Acts of Cooperation
A new year is almost here and it’s a great time to set some good financial goals. I’m setting smaller, attainable goals next year that will help me achieve my larger long-term goals. Our long-term goal is to financially prepare ourselves to get ready to start a family. To help us get there we’re going … Continue reading Four Financial Goals for the New Year
As you look back over this past year, did you meet the financial goals and expectations that you set? Perhaps you started the year out like me and had some financial goals in mind. You created a budget, or you planned to build up your emergency savings account. If you fell short of accomplishing your … Continue reading Financial Self-Reflection… how’d you do this year?
Your eyes, fingers and now even your smartphone may be able to help you spot card skimmers at gas pumps and ATMs, but nothing is foolproof.