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Money matters: When you buy vs. when you lease a car

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on May 22, 2017 10:54:47 AM

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Topics: Used car, leasing car, car buying, car lease

Welcome Michigan Community Credit Union to our Credit Union family

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on May 15, 2017 11:18:40 AM

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.

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Topics: Credit Unions

Buying vs. leasing a car [Infographic]

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on May 9, 2017 1:25:33 PM

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.

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Topics: Used car, Used car buying tips, leasing car, car buying

To lease or to finance: that is the question

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on May 4, 2017 12:39:57 PM

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.

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Topics: Used car buying tips, car maintenance, car loan, leasing car

How to raise financially smart children

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Apr 26, 2017 10:44:57 AM

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.

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Topics: National Credit Union Youth Week, money tips, youth Month, money lessons

Four money lessons to teach your children

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Apr 11, 2017 9:55:06 AM

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. 

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Topics: National Credit Union Youth Week, Youth Financial Education, money tips, money, youth Month

How credit unions make your kids financially strong

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Apr 7, 2017 10:51:32 AM

All parents want their kids to grow up healthy. Usually, this discussion focuses on getting them to eat more vegetables and spend less time in front of screens. Too few think about their kids’ well-being in terms of their financial health.

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Topics: National Credit Union Youth Week, Money Management, Youth Financial Education, youth Month

How to teach your child to ‘give a hoot’ about money and the importance of saving

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Apr 4, 2017 12:07:50 PM

The first step to teaching your kids about money is talking about money. 

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Topics: Money Management, Youth Financial Education, money tips, youth Month

Money Market vs. CD [infographic]

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Mar 29, 2017 1:52:08 PM

When you're ready to make an investment, sometimes it's hard to figure out where to start. Use the infographic below to find out what's the best investment option for you.

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Topics: Savings, CDs, certificate of deposits, investing, money market

Build your savings or pay off debt? It really depends on your goals

Posted by Community Choice Credit Union on Mar 21, 2017 11:03:20 AM

Deciding whether you should prioritize saving money over paying off debt isn’t an easy decision to make. In fact, it’s one of the top financial dilemmas many Americans face when planning their financial futures. So … what’s the best option? It really depends on your situation. Here’s how to determine the best option for you.

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Topics: Debt, Debt Reduction, Savings

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