Creating a Financial Plan for College

If you’re rounding the corner and sprinting to the home plate of your high school career, you may be seriously looking into what’s next for you. Whether it’s trade school or a bachelor’s degree at a traditional university, chances are you’re … [Read more...]

Avoid The Dealership: Surprising Places to Buy a Car

The car buying process has shifted quite a bit in the last few years.  You no longer have to spend hours at a dealership browsing the inventory, negotiating the purchase price, excess fees, trade-in value and financing.  Now car buyers can avoid the … [Read more...]

Financial Advice for Kids Straight from the Pros

In honor of Youth Savings Month, we're taking words of wisdom and key takeaways from some of the top personal finance books and positioning them to provide expert financial advice for kids.  It's important to start your children on a financially … [Read more...]

What to Know, Bring and Ask Before Meeting With a Financial Advisor

If your finances are more messy than your home this spring, meeting with a financial advisor might be what you need. But before you do, arm yourself with the knowledge of what help you need and what counsel you’re looking for. This might include … [Read more...]

Wild About Savings Accounts for Your Kids

April is right around the corner and we're gearing up for National Credit Union Youth Month and for this year's theme: “Wild About Savings!" Starting a savings plan while young has many benefits. That goes for your children or any other family … [Read more...]

Mobile Deposit Services Add Convenience

As time passes, new technology continues to become available for financial institutions that helps both the institution and the members as well. One such advancement is Remote Deposit Capture, or RDC for short. RDC is the technology that allows for … [Read more...]

Top Financial Tools for Millennials

Millennials are on the rise in Pennsylvania!  Of the 75.3 million Millennials reported in the most recent U.S. Census, 2.8 million are living in Pennsylvania. Millennials is the generational nickname given to the population born in the 1980s and … [Read more...]

3 Ways to Use Home Equity Wisely

The equity you have built in your home can be a source of cash to use for whatever purpose you need. The key is to make sure you use your home equity wisely, and not foolishly or in a way that could burden your financial situation further. The … [Read more...]

4 Questions Everyone Has About Paying for College – INFOGRAPHIC

We previously took you through our Student Loan 101 post and outlined the ways that college-bound students and their families can pay for a college education.  In this post we'll follow-up by providing answers to a few of the most frequently asked … [Read more...]

Why You Should Attend Your Credit Union Annual Meeting

With just one account, depositing as little as $5 in some cases, you become one of the most important people in the credit union industry, a member-owner.  That deposit makes you the owner of a small share of your local credit union.  It's the most … [Read more...]