Help tips for to make the most of holiday shopping. The holiday season is approaching and with that comes the biggest shopping days of the year, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. These high holy days for shoppers follow Thanksgiving each year. To make the most of these days, ...
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November 22, 2019Kelly Stuber
Beacon Credit Union had 19 locations located across 12 counties in Indiana complete their year-long fundraising focus for Riley Children’s Hospital Foundation. Through canvas events, local restaurant tip nights, decorating contests, dancing events, bake sales and Friday Jeans days Beacon employees and members were able to raise over $41,000.00! Kevin Willour, ...
November 20, 2019Kelly Stuber
Avoid these situations, if you can. Provided by Tiffany J. Haupert and Jesse T. Matheny Pursuing your retirement dreams is challenging enough without making some common, and very avoidable, mistakes. Here are eight big mistakes to steer clear of, if possible. No Strategy. Yes, the biggest mistake is having no strategy at all. ...
August 28, 2019Kelly Stuber
This week, news broke regarding a massive data breach, possibly the largest ever, at Capital One Financial Corporation. At present time, they have identified over 100 million consumers who have been impacted, including current credit customers, and consumers and businesses who applied for CapitalOne credit products. While cooperation with local and ...
July 31, 2019Marc Briney
If your budget says a big summer vacation is out of the question, here are some inexpensive options for immersive summer fun. 1. Drive-in Movies An old-fashioned way to enjoy the summer blockbusters or old classics. Many historic drive-in theaters are still around, and movies are more memorable on summer nights with ...
June 7, 2019Kelly Stuber
You did it! You finally got your degree! You’re probably going to start handling all your own finances too (if you haven’t already started). Here is some financial advice to help you get a good start. Student Loan Repayment In about 6 to 9 months after graduation, you’ll have to start paying back your ...
May 29, 2019Kelly Stuber
At a time when many are busy getting their bodies beach ready, why not consider whipping your finances into shape this summer. Here are six things you can do to get your financial situation looking right. 1. Put your money on autopilot Set up direct deposit, authorize electronic payments, and automate routine savings. ...
May 21, 2019Kelly Stuber
Did you find “the one” and have decided to get married? Congratulations! Here’s a little financial advice to help your marriage start off on a good footing. Hopefully, you’ve already talked about your respective finances and how you usually handle your money. Does one of you pay your bills on time and ...
May 13, 2019Kelly Stuber
Paying attention to the wrong things becomes all too easy. Provided by Tiffany J. Haupert and Jesse T. Matheny If you ever have the inkling to manage your investments on your own, that inkling is worth reconsidering. Do-it-yourself investment management is generally a bad idea for the retail investor for myriad reasons. Getting ...
April 30, 2019Kelly Stuber
Are you planning for college? Getting a college degree is great investment, but it does come at a significant cost. In addition to tuition, there are a few other expenses you’ll have to plan for. While it may seem daunting, don’t let the cost prevent you from getting a degree. ...
April 15, 2019Kelly Stuber