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  • Financial Advice for the Soon-to-be College Graduates

    College graduation is a meaningful and memorable life event for many. It means bidding adieu to many of the classmates and friends you’ve met over the past four years; it means taking time to celebrate your hard work and achievement; and it means the beginning of what can be a pretty major transition from the academic world to the working world.
    This last part can, at times, feel daunting since for many, post-graduation may be ...

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  • Tips for Teaching Kids About Money Part 2 of 2

    At PFCU we encourage you to help your children create strong financial habits beginning at a young age. Earlier this month we shared a blog post with five fun tips for teaching your child about the value of money. Although Financial Literacy Month has come to an end, it’s important to continue the conversations year-round about the importance of healthy financial habits. To help you do so, we’ve provided a few more tips below on ...

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  • Earth Day 2015 - Save Green by Going Green

    On April 22 each year, 192 countries participate in Earth Day celebrations to show support for environmental protection. The first Earth Day demonstrations happened in New York City and right here in Philadelphia. It brought 20 million Americans out to host peaceful demonstrations in favor of environmental reform. On its 45th anniversary this year, PFCU invites you to learn how to be both ecologically responsible and save money.

    How can you Celebrate Earth Day in ...

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  • Tips for Teaching Kids About Money Part 1 of 2

    It’s never too early to begin teaching kids the value of money. April is Financial Literacy month, so all month long, PFCU is encouraging parents to start the conversation about establishing healthy financial habits that will help kids understand the importance of money. The first five tips for teaching kids about money are listed below. Check back later this month for the second five.

    Tip 1: Clip Coupons: Before heading to the store, have your ...

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

    Purchasing a home can be a daunting task for many, especially if you are a first-time homebuyer. To help alleviate some of the stress and confusion, PFCU has pulled together ten recommended steps for making the home buying process go smoother. If you haven’t already, check out our most recent blog post for steps 1-5 and then continue reading below.

    Step 6: Make an offer - Maybe the first home you toured was the perfect ...

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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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