Do you or someone you know need financial advice? Does your credit report leave you with more questions than answers? Well we are here to help! For a limited time, we will set you up with your very own financial geek. They will walk you through your credit report for thirty days and find ways to save you money. Yeah that's right... we said 30 days. Oh, and did we mention- it's totally free! What do you really have to lose?
To sign up for this great service, simply email us at PSCUgeek@pscunow.com or call 734-641-8400 option 2 and we will make it happen for you! Don't forget to tell your friends!
You know what they sayï¿½"First impressions last.ï¿½ Thatï¿½s true for a first date, job interviews and a variety of other instances that pave the way for lifeï¿½s happiest experiences. If you are ready to buy a home, making a good impression with the mortgage lenders is just as important. Be prepared by taking the following steps before your first meeting.
The warmer weather is here, which can only mean one thing: summer vacation road trips! Whether youï¿½re going out with friends or with the whole family, having the right vehicle can make all the difference.
They say kindness is contagious. The more nice things you do for others, the more that makes others prone to do the same. That said, what goes around comes around ï¿½ performing random acts of kindness upon others can make you happier, too, over the long haul.
Public Service Credit Union has joined forces with Metro West Chapter of Credit Unions for Habitat for Humanity. We will be working on clearing 8 - 10 lots on Buckingham Street & Haverhill in the Morningside Commons neighborhood in East Detroit.
We wanted to thank all the members that took the time to apply for a scholarship from Public Service Credit Union. We’ve received a record amount of applications this year and are looking forward to announcing the winners in our next newsletter.
Don’t let the holes in your insurance coverage leave you soaked!
As medical technology and treatments improve, more people are surviving once fatal forms of cancer, heart disease and other, once critical, conditions. Medical and non-medical expenses often fall outside the covered expenses of traditional medical coverage.
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