Arm yourself with the basics of consumer credit reporting. Consumers Credit Union is hosting “Your Credit Score,” a no-cost seminar that provides insight into building a better credit score. The workshop is open to the public and credit Union Members alike.
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Coming down with a case of spring-cleaning fever? Now is also a perfect time to tidy up your finances. As you start to declutter and reorganize, don’t forget to dust off of your finances. The best part of the following tips is they don’t involve a mop or a broom.
If there’s one upside to doing your taxes, it’s the refund that you might get once you file. While it is a great feeling to get a check from the government, there are plenty of ways to put a refund to good use. Here’s a look at what to consider.
Are you ready to put your home on the market? If so, it’s time to start staging your house to sell. Staged homes tend to sell much faster and often for substantially higher prices than homes that have not been staged, so it’s worth your time and effort.
After a long cold winter, the lion coming in is a sign that springtime is just around the corner and time to start anticipating the warmer weather. As the lamb goes out, it leaves us with the rejuvenating April showers that will bring us May flowers.
If you’re like most people, you probably take your car for granted. We know you love your car, but it’s easy to overlook its aches and pains until it’s too late. That’s why we’re listing the five most common things that can go wrong with your car.
It’s that time of year, tax time. It’s also a great time to get up to speed on tax-related scams. While identity thieves are best known for maxing out credit cards, they have other schemes too. Here are two ways tax scammers might target you.
The countdown to April 15th is on. It’s still a couple of months away but smart taxpayers are using this time to put their tax documents in order and hoping it gets them a refund check. Here are a few tips to make the whole thing a little less stressful.