This weekend, as I was standing in my kitchen, fulfilling an overwhelming craving to make cookies, I quickly opened my phone and noticed I had received a new debit card alert email... and I hadn't used my debit card all day.
You’ve invested your money into a not for profit cooperative that’s working hard every day to make lasting changes in some underserved communities in STL. Rest easy knowing that by banking with us, you’re doing big things for your community. #YouDidThat #TheBetterWayToBank Featuring: Laura Woods & Tracy Verner with 1st Financial Federal Credit Union in … Continue reading #YouDidThat
How you manage your credit can either set you up for financial success or leave you battling debt for many years. Establishing positive credit can open many doors – from renting an apartment to getting a car loan to buying a home. It’s never too late to develop a strategic plan for managing your credit. Your future self will thank you.
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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
Life isn’t perfect. If it was, we would all be doing exactly what we wanted, getting everything we wanted and money would never be an issue. Even though life isn’t perfect, holidays like Thanksgiving make me think about how grateful I should be for what we have. I’m always grateful for all the major things … Continue reading Thankful for Convenience
Even after the craziness of applying to college, earning an acceptance letter and selecting a school, incoming freshmen still have some college preparations to do. Financially preparing for college is an essential step to surviving your first year off at school. Here are 4 ways you can financially prepare for college. Get your own account. … Continue reading 4 Ways for Freshmen to Financially Prep for College
We know that college educations are important, but are we really prepared to help our kids (or future kids) pay for college? With the costs of college tuition rising each year, it’s imperative that we have a game plan for saving for our kid’s education. Currently, Eric, my husband, and I don’t have children, but … Continue reading 3 Tips for Saving for Your Child’s College Education
Having good credit can help you with almost all of life’s major decisions like buying a car, buying a house, getting a new job, and more. Good credit can also help you save money on insurance, utilities, and even cell phone services. But establishing and maintaining a good line of credit is not always easy … Continue reading Credit 101
The health of your body is important, but so is your financial well-being. Check out Laura and Tracy's tips on becoming financially fit in 2018.