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  • Tips for the First-Time Home Buyer Part 1 of 2

    Purchasing a home can be a daunting task for many, especially if you are a first-time home buyer. With several months to go before summer, the peak season for home buying, PFCU has provided the following ten steps, which if done correctly can help to make the first-time home buying process a little bit easier to navigate. The first five steps are listed below - keep your eyes peeled for the second five coming later ...

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  • Cold Weather Car Care Tips for the Financially Savvy Driver

    If you live somewhere with severe winter weather conditions, driving during the colder months presents a number of challenges to you, your car and your finances. Cold weather tests the limits of your car’s mechanical abilities and dangerous road conditions can make it difficult for you, as the driver. While you may be of the mindset to deal with an issue as it arises, when it comes to winter weather, it pays to be prepared. ...

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  • 5 Creative Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day without Breaking the Bank

    Whether you are planning a romantic evening with your significant other or a day of fun with your best friends, there are plenty of ways to enjoy yourself this Valentine’s Day while still showing some love to your piggy bank. Here are five recommendations for celebrating Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank:

    • Set a budget & stick to it. By determining in advance how much you can afford to spend and sticking to that amount, ...

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  • 2015 Tax Prep Checklist

    Whether you are planning to prepare your tax returns yourself or work with a professional tax preparer to file your 2014 taxes, there’s no better time than now to get a jump-start on what, for many, is considered a burdensome and tedious process. But, with the help of this tax prep checklist to serve as a step-by-step guide, filing your taxes needn’t be such a daunting task.

    • Compile Everything. The first step is collecting all ...

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  • Financial Resolutions in 2015

    The New Year is a chance for many to start fresh and begin again, the first page in the book we (thankfully) get to rewrite every year.  Along with the ever-popular fitness resolutions, many people vow to stick to financial resolutions in the New Year, because let’s face it, finances can get out of shape too.  If you are one of those individuals, these tips may help you jumpstart your personal finance goals in order ...

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  • How to Keep Your Home Warm and Energy Efficient This Winter

    As we break out our winter coats and scale up the thermostat, many of us don’t realize how much money we are wasting away to stay warm. With a recent cold front hitting all 50 states, now is the time to prepare your home for the encroaching winter season. The following money-saving tips can help you avoid spending more than necessary to keep your home cozy.

    • Plug Leaks and Drafts - Most of your home’s ...

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  • How To Tackle Big Holiday Purchases Like Buying A Car

    Thinking about making a big purchase this holiday season? Particularly one on wheels? You’re not alone. Car dealerships tend to see an uptick in customers this time of year and numbers are showing a projected 6.4 percent sale increase from October of 2013. Steady sales at car dealerships set a jolly tone for the holiday season and not just for dealers, but car buyers too.

    Buying a car during the holiday season provides ample opportunity ...

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  • Tips for Facing Black Friday Without Damaging Your Credit

    With the holiday season quickly approaching, traditional masses of shoppers will begin taking to area malls and stores. The countdown to Black Friday is on, with retailers prepared to open their doors as early as 8 a.m. Thursday morning. While Black Friday is a great opportunity to save, there are many money dangers to keep in mind – regardless of whether or not you’re hitting the mall in the wee hours of the morning or ...

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  • Protect Yourself from Identity Theft This Holiday Season

    Don’t let the threat of identity theft stop you from your Black Friday rituals or holiday shopping cheer. Security breaches happen during both in-store shopping and online, especially during the holidays, often the busiest time of year for retailers. Remember to WATCH your personal finances to prevent and detect identity theft during this shopping season.

    • Remain Wary. According to the Federal Trade Commission, 9.9 million people become victims each year and 70 percent of ...

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  • Spooktacular Savings This Halloween

    From candy to costumes – and everything in between – Halloween purchases can really add up. This year, Americans are projected to spend nearly $7 billion on costumes, candy, and decorations. But don’t let this number scare you. There are several ways to save money with a little creative corner cutting. Read on for tips to reduce those tricky Halloween costs.

    • Dress for Less - This time of the year, seasonal costume stores are popping ...

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