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An April 17th, 2015 we opened our new branch in Salem, Mo. Check out the video below and relive that wonderful day with us. A sincere thanks to all of our friends and family who came out to celebrate the day with us! Enjoy this video and relive the fun all over again!
Read more: The Salem Grand Opening Party
“There are many kids in dire economic circumstances who do just fine because their families are supportive,” explains Keith Crnic, an expert in parent-child relationships and psychology department chair at Arizona State University. “It comes down to the quality of how parents manage the process for their kids and help them cope.”
Read more: Talking Money with Your Children in Times of Crisis
In the United States, credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members rather than to maximize corporate profits. Like banks, credit unions accept deposits and make loans. But as member-owned institutions, credit unions focus on providing a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates. Unlike banks, credit unions return surplus income to their members in the form of dividends.
Read more: How is a Credit Union Different than a Bank?
Now that the unofficial end of summer is officially here, many college students have already headed to campus. During the last few weeks of prepping and planning, students and their parents have no doubt realized (if they didn’t already know) that attaining higher education is a costly endeavor. In addition to the high price of tuition there are the associated expenses of college life including room and board, food and toiletries, dorm furnishings and accessories, books and school supplies, and a laptop. Not to mention extra cash for clothes, entertainment, and maybe a car or other travel expenses!
Read more: Money Tips: Smart Money Moves for College Students
The sights and scents of fall are all around...beautiful red and yellow foliage, bright orange pumpkins, festive mums, hayrides, apple pie in the oven, refreshing breezes, smoky campfires.
And while many of us welcome this cool change from the summer heat, it’s also a reminder that the chill of winter is not far away. Now is the perfect time to make your home feel warm and cozy for fall, while also taking some small measures early on to begin preparing for the impending winter.
Read more: Money Tips: Prepping Your Home for Autumn