If you have a wedding in your future, you may be nervous about the high cost of a ceremony and all that accompanies it — the pre-parties and the reception afterward. The good news is you don’t have to go into debt to have a memorable and... (Read More)
Is it time for a new car? We're sure you have been toying with the idea for awhile. Let’s look at some things to consider before you get swept away and sign for a new car:
What is the gas mileage of your current car? Even just a minor... (Read More)
Are you expecting a tax refund this year? If it's a substantial amount, say $3,000 or more, it could make a significant down payment toward a new car, help restructure an existing loan or make much needed car repairs. Some auto dealerships will... (Read More)
We often hear how to protect our families and homes during natural disasters. But do you have a plan in place for your finances when disaster hits?
Here is a how you can start to financially prepare for any disaster:
Make sure you understand... (Read More)
Your home is one of your most cherished and valuable assets, so you don’t want to make any mistakes when it comes to arranging payment terms that fit your lifestyle and family budget. Have you thought about refinancing your home? It may be a great... (Read More)
Have you been thinking of changing your accounts from a bank to a credit union, specifically our credit union?
Here's how to do this with ease:
• Verify you are indeed eligible to join the credit union. Here at Financial Partners Credit... (Read More)
Have you noticed the option to use your mobile wallet to pay for merchandise? Mobile wallets are increasing in popularity; some of the most well-known ones are Android Pay, ApplePay and Samsung Pay. Your debit, credit and/or prepaid card information... (Read More)
Have you been thinking of coming in and talking with us about a loan? While we are always ready to talk with you, you can be better prepared by answering these questions:
• Do you know your credit score? If it is low, do you know how you will... (Read More)
Even if you are fortunate enough to be covered by health insurance, you still have to pay a portion of the medical bills you and your family incur. Given the size of some medical bills, even a tiny percentage really adds up! Here are ways you can... (Read More)