Lion's Share Federal Credit Union Monthly Newsletter
February 2019
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5 Simple Steps To Filing Your Taxes

Does the thought of tax season make you break out in hives? Fear no more! Our easy, step-by-step guide will help you prepare your taxes without even breaking a sweat!

How To Stop Robocalls For Good

Junk calls and robocalls are completely out of control. If you’re looking for ways to stop them, we’ve got some options for you.

I Spent A Month Paying For Everything In Cash & Ditched All My Credit Cards

A wallet full of credit cards makes overspending easier than you think.

Cosigning a Loan - Understanding The Reasons & Risks

There are no denying the benefits of having a high credit score. It allows you to be eligible for credit cards, auto loans, mortgage loans, and other types of loans with little hassle, providing you have adequate income.


February Is American Heart Month

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease.


Tips for Deep Cleaning and Organizing Your Fridge
Keep your fridge clean and tidy with these tips

Your refrigerator is an essential and hard-working appliance in your home. If it’s a gross mess, it’s degrading the quality of your food and putting you and your family at risk.

How to Prepare for Daylight Saving Time
Getting your body ready for the upcoming time change

With 2019 underway, your thoughts are likely already turning to the start of spring and the return of warmer weather. Before you can bask in the sunshine, there’s one bridge you’ll need to cross: daylight saving time.

4 Things You Should Stop Paying For

If you’re paying for cable, bottled water, and drive-thru meals, you know you could be saving a lot of money.

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