We’re sure every Michigan resident knows what a bank is, but how many of you have heard of credit unions? You might hear them talked about in the same sentences as banks, but credit unions have one very crucial difference: they’re owned by you. What is a credit union? It’s a not-for-profit financial institution owned… Continue reading What is a Credit Union?
You don’t have to scour the state of Michigan for a credit union near you; Public Service Credit Union has members from Romulus, Redford, Detroit, and all over the state! If you’ve heard of the many benefits of credit unions, but no one has told you how to join a credit union yet, we’re here… Continue reading How to Join a Credit Union
Looking for a new car can be fun and exciting while deciding how to purchase it, can be daunting. A common question is whether you should lease or buy a new car. There are pros and cons to each, but ultimately one will save Detroit drivers money in the long run while the other is… Continue reading Leasing vs. Buying: Which is Right for You?
Headed to a backyard BBQ or pool party and need to bring a dish to pass? Below are three easy summer recipes. Caprese Skewers Ingredients -1/2 cup Balsamic Vinegar -1 pack of grape or cherry tomatoes -1 package of mozzarella balls (mini or regular) – Basil leaves -Salt and pepper -Skewers or toothpicks Directions Depending… Continue reading No Bake 15 Minute or Less Summer Recipes
Recipients and family members arrived in Romulus on Tuesday afternoon to receive their scholarship checks in recognition of their hard work. The main lobby of Public Service Credit Union was transformed into stage set for the scholars. With balloons adorning the backdrop of the podium where President/CEO Dean Trudeau, board member Nora Sharpley and employee… Continue reading PSCU Scholarship 2018
Looking for firework shows near you? Below are the dates and locations of upcoming firework shows in Metro Detroit. June 28th Romulus: Romulus Middle School and Wick Elementary, dusk Royal Oak: Red Run Golf Course, dusk Sterling Heights: Dodge Park, 10pm June 29th Kensington Metropark: 10pm June 30th Belleville: Beck Ballfields, 10pm Grosse Pointe Farms:… Continue reading Metro Detroit Fireworks 2018
Traveling to Europe always seemed too expensive and unattainable for me until retirement or that winning lottery ticket. To my excitement, it is something I can cross off my bucket list at age 22. I am fortunate to have a full-time job and by using tight budgeting tricks (like joining a credit union to save on… Continue reading How to Travel the World in Your 20s
What is a Home Equity Loan? A home equity loan uses the equity of your home for collateral. Equity is the difference between the mortgage on your home and your home’s current value. Detroit residents can use this money for home improvement projects, debt consolidation, your child’s college expenses, a new car, and anything else… Continue reading Home Equity Loans Can Effectively Finance Your Future
According to Forbes, student loan debt is at an all time high of $1.5 trillion. The conversation surrounding student loans is normally negative, and it’s easy to understand why. Going into tens of thousands of dollars of debt for a piece of paper may seem like an unfair trade, but for most people, it’s worth… Continue reading 2018 Grads: Embrace Student Loans
Whether you’re moving to the Detroit area and could use some help or you’re trying to consolidate your debt, life is full of tricky expenses too big to handle but too small for traditional loans. It’s times like these where a personal loan can be just the ticket. These loans, which you can get quickly… Continue reading How Can I Get a Small Personal Loan?