You have probably read many articles on eliminating credit card debt. Here is the cold hard truth. Credit card debt is does not seem to go away. Here are some tips to help diminish credit card debt.
Debt can consume our lives and limit our ability to enjoy life. At Financial Center, we believe in improving your financial life. Below are some practical tips to help you dig out of debt.
Credit Unions have surpassed 100 MILLION members nationwide this month. What does this mean? One out of three Americans is a credit union member. Credit union members were surveyed and reported that they are more satisfied compared to banks. They trust their financial institution over bank account holders.
In response to recent fraud activity occurring at some major local retailers, Financial Center has placed additional safeguards on your Financial Center debit card. Click the headline for more details.
Financial freedom allows you to live comfortably and be able to do more. Money does not solve problems but makes life easier. You do not worry about living paycheck to paycheck. You have to opportunity to feel empowered and live a life not confined by monetary struggles.
After this brutal winter, all Hoosiers want to be outdoors as much as possible. We are planning more vacations and take some relaxing time off. This means we are spending more and working less. Our cash flow might not be as abundant. Yet, we do need to treat ourselves to the wonderful weather we have been having. You might be asking yourself this question. How do I enjoy the summer without burning a hole in my pocket? To answer this question, we want to offer five ways to enjoy the burn and keep your pocket holes intact.
How many direct mail pieces do you get in the mail each week promoting a credit two, three, more? With all the credit card marketing out there today, it is hard to make an educated decision on which card is best. Asking yourself these three things may help you decide which type of card is right for you.
Credit Unions and banks are different. See why they are.
Financial Center's online banking system, BillPayer, Moneyline, and mobile app will experience intermittent service disruptions beginning at 8 pm this evening (5/12) until approximately Midnight as part of a planned service upgrade. We apologize for this inconvenience. If you have any questions regarding your account, please contact the Credit Union at 317.916.7700 or 800.473.2328.
This May, the Wealth Builder's seminar will cover Understanding Insurance.