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  • Metro Credit Union 2017 Year in Review

    We celebrate what's possible this holiday season. Thank you, Metro Credit Union members for helping us have a fun, successful 2017. Read more about our 2017.
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  • Holiday Fee Exchange Dec. 6-15th

    Metro will be doing the Holiday Fee Exchange program again this year from Dec. 6th-15th!
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  • Keeping your Holiday Spending in Check

    The holiday season brings festive parties, family get-togethers and giving of gifts. Exchanging gifts is a wonderful thing to do, but it can also put a strain on your budget. Gift-giving is a major cause of overspending during the holiday season. Learn more about keeping your holiday spending in check.
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  • 8 Benefits of Electronic Bill Pay

    There was a time when people were hesitant about paying bills online. Learn about the benefits of electronic bill pay.
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  • Attention Walgreens ATM Users

    Notice to Walgreens ATM Users
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  • The Basics of Refinancing Your Mortgage

    The refinancing of a mortgage is a rather convenient option for those looking to restructure their financial situation. Refinancing refers to the attainment of a new loan to take the place of an older one. Refinancing is categorized as “rate and term” or “cash-out.” Learn more.
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  • A Closer Look: 15 Year vs. 30 Year Mortgages

    Choosing between a 15-year versus a 30-year mortgage plan is an option to choose from. Although the structure of both mortgage strategies are the same, there are some considerations to keep in mind before selecting a mortgage plan. Learn more.
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  • Basics of Qualifying for a Mortgage

    There is a lot of misconception out there when it comes to qualifying for a mortgage loan. For instance, the notion that from the lender’s perspective, loan eligibility is based only on a formula. Although mortgage underwriters look at a variety of different information when determining loan qualifications, it ultimately comes down to four things: credit, equity, income and assets.
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  • Different Budgeting Methods to Consider

    There are many different budgeting styles that approach budgeting in different ways. Different budgeting styles work better for different people. We will discuss some of the different types of budgets below and explain how each works.
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  • Finance Tips for Newlyweds

    Money has become a top issue over which newlyweds end up fighting. Consider openly discussing your finances together, because it can be an essential ingredient to a long and happy marriage. The following tips can help you and your spouse get accustomed to healthy financial habits.
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