Category: Money Tips

‘Tis the Season!

[ 1 ] November 15, 2017 |
‘Tis the Season!

During the holidays, many of us spend more money and purchase more items than any other time of the year. Because the number of transactions we are involved in during this busy shopping season is multiplied, so are the chances that something will go wrong with a purchase …possibly FRAUD. If you have a problem, the […]

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Same Day ACH Payment Processing

[ 0 ] September 7, 2017 |
Same Day ACH Payment Processing

How it works: New capabilities of Same Day ACH (electronic payments) will become effective this upcoming September to allow financial institutions and businesses to move to a faster processing environment. Beginning September 15, 2017, Same Day ACH payment processing will be available for both credit and debit entries enabling the same-day processing of ACH payments. […]

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Spring Cleaning Your Finances

[ 0 ] April 17, 2017 |
Spring Cleaning Your Finances

By Andrew Johnson     GreenPath Communications Springtime means opening the windows, sweeping out the dust from over the winter and starting anew. It is also the opportune time to clean out your wallet or purse, that junk drawer full of receipts and those overflowing file cabinets. But where to begin? Sweep it Go through your wallet […]

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Credit Scores…..Where does that magical number come from?

[ 0 ] November 14, 2016 |
Credit Scores…..Where does that magical number come from?

We all know that most lending institutions are going to use a person’s credit score as a basis for approving a loan, and also to determine what their interest rate will be.  To many of us that credit score is just a number, and the higher it is the better.  But what is the credit score really?  […]

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What are Federal Reserve Holidays?

[ 0 ] September 2, 2016 |
What are Federal Reserve Holidays?

The Federal Reserve performs a variety of functions within the US economy. While the monetary policy arm of the Fed generates the majority of the media attention with the movement of interest rates, the processing side of the Fed has a substantially larger impact to the everyday consumer. The Federal Reserve has five general functions […]

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Traveling Soon? Read This!

[ 0 ] June 8, 2016 |
Traveling Soon?  Read This!

While on vacation has your debit or credit card been blocked or have you received a phone call stating your card has been blocked? This call is usually from the IAA Credit Union Plastics Department or VISA’s fraud department. To avoid receiving these calls all you have to do is go to our website or make a call […]

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Financial Tips by Age Group

[ 0 ] May 17, 2016 |
Financial Tips by Age Group

By Katie Bossler, GreenPath Personal Finance Counselor There are two “golden rules” in personal finance that apply, regardless of how old you are: 1) live within your means, and 2) look forward to the future and save for it. These are two very simple concepts, but very powerful. If actually applied to your everyday life, they can mean […]

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Spring Clean Your Way to Savings

[ 0 ] May 9, 2016 |
Spring Clean Your Way to Savings

Springtime means opening the windows, sweeping out the dust from over the winter and starting anew. It is also the opportune time to clean out your wallet or purse, that junk drawer full of receipts and those overflowing file cabinets. But where to begin? Sweep It Go through your wallet and purse and fish out any receipts you may have […]

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