DCH Credit Unionís Monthly e-Newsletter
January 2013
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Recipe of the Month
White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake

Try this for a special Valentine's Day Dessert.

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Monday, February 18th - Closed for Presidents Day

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Introducing Mobile Banking from DCH Credit Union
DCH Credit Union is excited to announce our mobile banking site. Now, when you go to www.dchcu.com on your mobile device, you will get our new mobile site. This site is user friendly from your smartphone or other mobile device. You can log in to your online banking and use any of the other features of www.dchcu.com right in the palm of your hand!
Click below to learn more about other DCHCU@Everywhere products including InfoLine, Online Banking, Text Banking and more.

Refer a Member and Receive $25!

There's Lots to Love about DCH Credit Union and in February we are giving you one more...FREE MONEY!
We know you love DCH Credit Union and we want you to share that love by referring your friends, family and co-workers for membership. For every member you refer that opens a checking account or is approved for a loan in February, you will receive $25.
If you are not a member, join in February and open a checking account to receive $25.
The promotion lasts from February 1st - February 28th.
(Not everyone will qualify, maximum of 4 member referrals per member (max of $100), other rules and regulations apply)

Reading a Financial Statement 101
Tips on how to understand the information in your financial statements
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One of the first steps to managing and organizing your finances is to regularly read your bank statements. These documents contain important information regarding your money, so itís important not to throw them in the trash or delete them from your email immediately.
Helpful Features of Online Banking
Make the switch to banking online and take advantage of useful features
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As the world of technology continues to advance and peopleís schedules get busier and busier, having the option to bank online can be convenient, save you money and even help you be more organized with your finances. If youíve been resisting banking online, here are some great features that might just change your mind.
DCH Credit Union Members Save Thousands with Invest in America

At DCH Credit Union we know you work hard to earn your money. And we think you should you should keep as much of it as possible. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Invest in America to bring you savings on the things you buy every day from trusted American companies.
Save thousands on everything from your cell phone bill with Sprint or a brand new GM vehicle to online discounts at over 1,200 major retailers with Shop America.
Discover how much you could save. Visit www.LoveMyCreditUnion.org.
Click below to see more about how to save on your cell phone bill through Sprint.

Android vs. iOS
The battle continues

The battle rages on between Android and Apple iOS. For consumers it can be confusing to go shopping, particularly since devices today have so many similarities. Plus, Android and iOS both inspire fierce loyalty, which is why it's important to do your homework before purchasing. If you're in the market for a new smart phone, consider the following before choosing an Android or Apple's iOS.
Five Tax Updates for Filing Your 2012 Taxes
Stay up to date with available tax credits and deductions

Whether you are filing a tax return for the first time or have been filing for decades, itís important to understand that tax laws change from one year to the next. Keeping up with current tax laws can help you take advantage of available credits and deductions, while also avoiding possible penalties. Here are some of the biggest updates for the 2012 tax year.
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Disclaimer - All content contained in this newsletter is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon to make any financial, accounting, tax, legal or other related decisions. Each person must consider his or her objectives, risk tolerances and level of comfort when making financial decisions and should consult a competent professional advisor prior to making any such decisions. Any opinions expressed through the content in this newsletter are the opinions of the particular author only.  

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