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Categories: Career

It's never too soon to start planning for your future. Even if your career goal changes regularly, always have one that you are working toward!

Categories: Budgeting, Finances

In conjunction with our SaveItUp Challenge, we offer Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University Classes to help our SaveItUp participants and members make the right decisions with their money. We also distribute Dave’s weekly column “Dave Says” as another encouragement and tool for our participants and members.

If you have an Aware Teens Account but are 16 years of age or older, this might be a good time to switch to a free Student Checking Account. When you open a free Student Checking Account between May 15th and August 31st, you'll be automatically entered to win one of 13 prizes.

Categories: Insurance

A health plan is designed to protect you and your family from the known (and unknown to some level). Today health plans have become complex and difficult to understand. This makes choosing a health plan quite difficult, even when only a few options are available.

Categories: Updates on FORUM

Did you know that FORUM members can subscribe to a service that will notify them any time the credit union’s deposit and loan rates change?  They can do this through RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds.  Any time you see a  , this indicates you can subscribe to an RSS feed.  There are several RSS feeds that can be accessed through the FORUM website.  Visit for more information, instructions, and for a list of all FORUM RSS feeds.

Everyone looks back on mistakes they’ve made in their life and say they would do things differently if given a second chance. This is definitely true of money. Here are a few common mistakes people make with their money and how to avoid them.

Categories: Finances

There are many events in life that affect not only your personal life, but they also affect your financial life. Dealing with things like divorce, a job change, or even the loss of a loved one is difficult, to say the least, and they all affect your finances.