Get it Delivered!

March 27, 2020

In recent news of the COVID-19 spread, local governments have urged residents to stay home as much as possible. Many of us have been to the grocery store and are cooking our meals at home, but sometimes eating take out is more preferable. Below are lists of restaurants and bars that are offering delivery and […]

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How to Make the Most Out of Being at Home

March 20, 2020

In light of recent health concerns, experts have recommended that individuals practice “social distancing” to slow down the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). While this may help protect people from contracting the illness, boredom is sure to strike. The following is a list of activities and suggestions to help pass time while you’re at home: […]

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National Credit Education Month

February 29, 2020

March is National Credit Education Month! To celebrate, we’ve compiled some basic information on understanding your credit rating, along with some tips on how to improve your score. Credit Score A credit score is a number between 300 and 850. It is comprised of various data, including your payment history, balances owed, types of credit […]

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Fraud Prevention Series: Income Tax Scams

February 3, 2020

Scammers are becoming increasingly intelligent and are developing new ways to access consumer funds and personal information. Here at CTFCU, our biggest priority is the financial wellness of our members, and that includes keeping them and their money safe. To ensure member safety, we put together this series to help you recognize the signs of […]

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Sweet and Savvy: A Valentine’s Day Budgeting Guide

January 31, 2020

While Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate and show appreciation of your loved ones, it can easily become one of the most expensive holidays. Showing you care shouldn’t empty your pockets. View our list of ways to keep your Valentine’s Day activities sweet, but practical.   1. Table for 2? Dining at an upscale […]

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Fraud Prevention Series: P2P Payment Systems

January 22, 2020

Scammers are becoming increasingly intelligent and are developing new ways to access consumer funds and personal information. Here at CTFCU, our biggest priority is the financial wellness of our members, and that includes keeping them and their money safe. To ensure member safety, we put together this series to help you recognize the signs of […]

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Fraud Prevention Series: Fraudulent Phone Calls

December 10, 2019

Scammers are becoming increasingly intelligent and are developing new ways to access consumer funds and personal information. Here at CTFCU, our biggest priority is the financial wellness of our members, and that includes keeping them and their money safe. To ensure member safety, we put together this series to help you recognize the signs of […]

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Be Financially Prepared for 2020

December 2, 2019

A brand-new year is the perfect time to reassess your finances and begin with a clean slate. CTFCU has prepared the following list of considerations to help you take control of your finances in 2020 and beyond.   Create a budget It’s a great idea to begin the new year with a fresh budget. Start […]

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6 Tips to a Stress-Free Holiday

November 22, 2019

Do you feel overwhelmed by the demands of the holiday season? The holidays provide an opportunity to spend time with family and enjoy time away from work. However, navigating through an ever-growing list of tasks can be stressful on anyone. This year, we want to help you remain happy, healthy, and energized. Below are six […]

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Black Friday Shopping Guide

November 20, 2019

Black Friday has arrived, and while shopping during this time can seem overwhelming and stressful, it can also provide the best deals of the holiday season. Planning ahead is the only way to shop successfully. We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you navigate the biggest shopping day of the year. 1. Plan Ahead […]

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