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How to Refinance a Car Loan

To refinance your car loan, you'll follow the same steps as when you got your original loan. What’s the difference? This time around, you'll have the benefit of experience up your sleeve.

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Save while you spend with Change Jar!

Have you heard about Credit Union of America's new Change Jar? Just like throwing pennies in a piggy bank, Change Jar makes saving easy. Sign up in digital banking, today! 

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Scammers: The More You Know

Scammers and their acts of fraud pose as many different wolves, all in sheep’s clothing. The more you know about scams, the more likely you will avoid them. 

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Membership Share Account Minimum Balance

Effective January 3, 2022, CUA’s share balance requirement changed.  Previously a $25 deposit was required in the share/savings account for membership benefits.  Now it’s just $1. 

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New Business Hours Effective January 3, 2022

New Business Hours

Credit Union of America will have new business hours effective January 3, 2022.

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New Proposal Could Affect Your Account

As Congress considers new infrastructure spending, lawmakers are looking at tracking unconventional sources of revenue for tax purposes. One proposal would require financial institutions like Credit Union of America to report transaction activity on members' accounts to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 

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Back to School: How to Talk to Kids About Money

When we think of back to school, we think of what our kids will learn to set themselves up for success as adults. Among these is understanding finances and managing money. Parents may question the best time to start teaching kids about money and many experts answer - the sooner the better.  

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Summer Scams

The best way to avoid a scam is to prepare. Scams are prevalent all year round, and this summer is no exception. If you ever have questions about financial scams, don't hesitate to reach out to CUA.  We keep our staff up to date on recent trends. We also have dedicated team members that focus on identifying and preventing financial fraud and work with you to remediate issues that affect your CUA accounts. We’re all targets, but you don’t have to be a victim. 

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Back to School, already?

Summer just started, but it’s not too early to think about going back to school.  Most schools will be holding in-person classes, and we will not be able to run to the kitchen drawer for a new pencil, scissors, etc.  Starting your shopping list now can help you save money in the long run.  

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Financial Adulting 101 (a beginner’s guide)

As we start to understand the value of money and walk out into the world away from the safety of our parents, no one gives us a manual on "adulting." As a result, none of us are totally prepared for living on our own, paying the bills, saving for the future, and handling those unexpected surprises. Surprises occur over our entire lifetime, and while practice helps, preparation makes them less stressful. We’ve all heard, "prepare for the worst and hope for the best." It’s not a bad saying, but hope doesn’t directly make things happen. Hope is good for maintaining a positive attitude, but preparation takes hope even further.

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