Living on your own for the first time can be empowering. It means having independence and all the things that come with it. Some of those things—like not having to share a bathroom—are wonderful. Others—like killing spiders yourself—are not so fun. And leading the pack in the not-so-fun category: bills.
This weekend we’ll be all over Michigan taking part in many community events. Check out our event list below and join us this weekend for some fun.
Topics: Community events
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, you’ve probably heard about Bitcoin and its record-breaking value. That’s for good reason, too. This month, Bitcoin’s valued has doubled – yes, the electronic currency company has doubled its worth in less than 30 days. This is making Bitcoin a hot topic for many investors and has many of us wondering, what is Bitcoin? Well, wonder no more! We have the answers to all of your Bitcoin questions and tips on whether or not you should invest.
Every year the Community Choice Foundation awards 20 $5,000 scholarships, for a total of $100,000, to some of the best and brightest students in Michigan. Our scholarship winners have a record of high academic performance, community service and a desire to live and work in Michigan after they graduate.
We have exciting news to share! On May 1, we officially merged with Michigan Community Credit Union to expand products and services to even more members, and provide greater access to financial resources across the state of Michigan.
Topics: Credit Unions
When you're ready to buy a new car, you have a very important choice to make: buy or lease? Here are some things you should consider when deciding which options is best for you.
When it comes to buying a new car, you have three options: purchasing it with cash, purchasing it through a loan (also known as financing) or leasing it. For most shoppers, the decision comes down to buying or leasing.
As a parent, there are many lessons that you’re responsible for teaching your children. From tying their shoes to riding a bike without training wheels, your job as a parent never ends. Then, on top of those responsibilities, you also have to teach them about the one thing most parents don’t feel confident about — managing money.
It's never too early to teach your children about money. In fact, the earlier the better. Here are four money lessons you can start teaching your child today.