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Summer Skip-a-Payment

Summer is here and everyone is getting their plans made to enjoy some sunny days and time with friends and family.  You might want to have some extra cash in your pocket over the next couple of months.  Your credit union is here to help make that happen with the June or July SKIP-a-PAYMENT program.  For a small fee of $15 per loan you can skip either your June or your July payment*.  You can download the form from our website or contact the credit union at 800-356-6507 x340. 

*some restrictions may apply

Holiday Closures

The credit union will be closed on the following holidays.

July 4, Independence Day
September 2, Labor Day
Paying for Your Kid to Go to College
Consider your child’s financial future

In years past, society expected you as a parent to contribute to higher education costs or cover them totally. Now, it’s important that you consider your financial situation and options available to you ahead of your student accepting school admission.

7 New Vehicles Under $25,000
You won’t have to break the bank when you buy one of these seven models

As new vehicles become more efficient and advanced, they earn higher price tags. That doesn’t mean that buyers on a budget can’t find a brand-new vehicle that fits their needs.

Summer Road Trip Reads
Five thrilling titles for your next cross-country trek

A summer road trip is the perfect time to catch up on reading. Whether you’re flipping pages in the passenger seat or absorbing the audiobook version behind the wheel, these five titles will keep you enthralled as the miles melt away.

Summer Volunteering Ideas
Take time this summer to make a difference in your community

Summer offers an abundance of opportunities for you to volunteer. Your children will need an activity to keep them occupied while on summer break, and young professionals can boost their resumes with instances of community engagement.

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