Lion's Share Federal Credit Union Monthly Newsletter
May 2021

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The 365-Day Nickel-Saving Challenge

This is a clever challenge that seems to have originated with the website, although it might get a little wearisome on, say, day 111.

Using Automatic Bill Pay
Weighing the risks and rewards

Do you ever feel like you’re spending too much time paying bills, juggling account passwords, and keeping track of due dates? If so, you can reclaim some of that time by automating some of your predictable, recurring bill payments.
Saving for Medical Costs in Retirement
Have a plan in place so that you enjoy a happy, healthy retirement

Saving enough money to enjoy a full retirement may already feel like an uphill climb before you even consider the rising cost of healthcare. As you get older, you can expect your medical expenses to increase, which can put a damper on your plans without proper consideration.
How to Find Scholarships for College
What you should know about college scholarships

The cost of college tuition has risen considerably over the past decade. Scholarships help students pay for college and, unlike a loan, do not need to be repaid.
4 Recipe Apps to Make Your Life Easier
Check out these apps to make dinnertime a breeze

There are plenty of helpful apps for just about anything you could think of in this world, including recipes. Check out these options if you’re looking for a way to organize.

Moving Tips to Make Relocating Less Stressful
Where to start with your upcoming move

Whether you’re just heading to a new home across town or traveling clear across the country, moving can be a stressful experience. From packing to scheduling to organizing and making tons of phone calls, it can be absolutely exhausting.
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