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  • 6 Tips for Buying Your First Home

    Buying a home may signify different things for many different people. However, the most common of those things is the dream of owning a home, a place where memories are made. Of course the financial implications are perhaps the most obvious concern, however, the emotional side of buying a home is often overlooked. These six tips can help you manage the financial and emotional sides of buying your first home.
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  • 7 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

    You can learn about the buyers and what they want. Starting early in the process and completing small projects can provide some of the best results. Here are some tips for making improvements to your home, and smartly utilizing your time and resources.
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  • 6 Questions to ask when choosing a Home Equity Loan

    A house is usually one of the biggest assets that a person owns. Whether it is big or small, it plays an important role in a person’s life. That’s why homeowners should decide very carefully when taking out a home equity loan. Before taking out a home equity loan, here are some things to think about.
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  • Estimating Your Retirement Needs

    It is important to have a plan for your retirement, but where should you begin? The first step that you should take is to estimate the income that will be required to fund your retirement. However, it is not as easy as it sounds since retirement planning is not an actual science. Your needs will depend on what your goals and requirements are.
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  • Money and Relationships

    How we handle our money impacts every part of our lives. Your behavior is the key to taking control of your money, and your behavior is tied to your relationships. The flow of money in a household represents the value system under which that household operates. Learn more about money and relationships.
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  • October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Take precautions to protect your identity and be aware of cyber criminals who schemes try to trick you into giving away information about your online accounts. Learn how to minimize identity theft risk.
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  • 9 Tips to Help You Stick to Your Budget

    Sticking to a budget can be difficult for anybody. Most of us start the month off with the best intentions of saving money, however, at the end of the month, many of us find out that we have exceeded our spending limit. Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you stick to your budget and become more diligent about your spending habits.
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  • Understanding Your Credit Score

    Your credit report is something that holds the summary of your credit history. If you have used a credit card or taken out a personal loan, then you have a credit history. Your credit report is requested whenever you apply for a credit card or borrow money.
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  • Tips for Saving Gas

    When you own a car, paying for gasoline can be one of the biggest expenses. Gas prices are always fluctuating; therefore, it makes more sense to squeeze out as many miles as possible from every gallon in your vehicle's tank. You can use the following tips to minimize your car’s fuel consumption.
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  • MemberFest 2017: 22 Years of Fun

    Metro Credit Union was excited to celebrate MemberFest on Sunday, September 17 at our Saddle Creek and Maple Street offices. Learn more about the fun and view pictures from the event. Thank you for being a member of the Metro Credit Union family.
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