Systematic saving will pay off for Dupaco members this holiday season. Through the credit union’s popular Holiday Club savings account, 5,193 participating members saved a record-setting $5.2 million throughout the year. Members received their savings, and dividends, Oct. 30. The…
What are your hopes and dreams? Naming them—and saving for them—can help you reach your goals. These tools can help you do just that.
The recently enacted CARES Act might offer you more than a stimulus payment. Your retirement savings also might get some help with the recovery package.
The Federal Reserve Board announced an emergency rate cut Sunday, lowering interest rates to near zero. Here’s how the rate cut impacts you.
Feeling uneasy during these uncertain times? It’s understandable. But know that your money remains safe at Dupaco Community Credit Union.
If you meant to set aside more money for retirement or health expenses last year, you still have time to contribute to these accounts.
Knowing how a money market account works can help you decide whether the saving strategy is right for you. Here’s what you should consider.
Remember to pay yourself first—before you spend anything—to help you save for emergencies, retirement and other financial goals.
How much money do you need to retire comfortably? Consider these tips to get a better understanding of how much you should be setting aside.
When you save at a credit union, you’re helping people who need loans. It’s all part of the cooperative cycle of a member-owned credit union.
So, you’ve opened your first credit card. When used correctly, it can help you build your credit. But you’ll also want to practice this money-smart move.
Ending a term-share certificate or CD investment early can result in penalties. But sometimes the fees are worth it. Here’s why.