We will open our 4th Detroit branch located in the John Dingell VA Medical Center in Detroit, MI on March 31st. This new location is a result of the decision by The State of Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) to place Veteran’s Health Administration Credit Union into liquidation on March 29th 2016. Public… Continue reading We Have a New Detroit Location!
Ever since I moved last year, I have been going Pinterest crazy with all of the fun ideas they have to decorate… Because they have so many ideas and it wouldn’t be very budget smart to do all of them, I have to pick and choose the most efficient ways to do up my house! I will… Continue reading Cheap Home Improvement Projects
I love to cook. When you love to cook, you have to learn how to be methodical about your shopping for the necessary groceries. I wasn’t always good at this, but I learned through some trial and error on how to best budget for my shopping and cooking needs. 1. Plan for the Week I… Continue reading Saving on Groceries
It’s Black Friday today. There are so many people who brave the cold, crowds and lack of sleep to fight over deals on everything from kitchen appliances to gaming consoles. I am not one of those people, nor have I ever been. I’m all for a good deal, but I’ve heard too many stories and… Continue reading Black Friday DOs and DONTs
It’s the age old catch 22, especially if you’re a young adult buying their first car, renting their first apartment or applying for their first credit card. You can’t get the credit if you don’t have any credit history and vice versa. No one wants to rely on having a cosigner and frankly, I don’t… Continue reading No Credit Without Experience- No Experience Without Credit
Being a newlywed (shout out to hubby, Joel), I know that money is an important factor to discuss with your spouse before you take the big step. There are many different approaches to handling finances within a marriage there isn’t just one method that is the right formula. You have to decide within your own relationship… Continue reading Money and Marriage
Credit Reports are great for going through every so often and checking to make sure all of the reporting is accurate. But if you are like me, you get curious to know your score every so often and maybe get an idea of what your credit health looks like. Well lucky for you, I just… Continue reading How to get a FREE credit score… The real way
Mark your calendars! All are welcome to our big charity open house event next Friday, May 2nd from 11AM-3PM at our Romulus branch. We are going to have a TON of fun things going on. Our four charities from the Community Challenge will be there to talk about their causes as well as special guest Mrs.… Continue reading Open House May 2nd
Say you go to two stores to buy a TV. Store 1 has a TV for $600. It has everything you need. Store 2 has the exact same TV with everything you need for $400. Which TV do you buy? If my blogs are teaching you anything, you go with the $400 TV… right? Why… Continue reading Saving YOU $500,000!
It is that time of year again! The birds are chirping, the snow is off the ground (almost), and the pressures of college and finances are rearing their ugly heads. I was there not too long ago and I know how stressful it can get. I mean, between balancing school, extra curricular’s, work, college planning,… Continue reading We have Scholarships for Highschoolers AND College Students!