Listen to BbyMutha’s latest single, “Heaven’s Little Bastard”
We’re more than ready for sunday service for BbyMutha's latest, "Heaven’s Little Bastard”
Mayo Clinic Minute: What African-Americans should know about stroke
A new Mayo Clinic survey reveals that more than two-thirds [...]
How Healthy is Your Bank?
Compare bank health ratings and Texas ratios on more than 14,000 federally-insured banks and credit unions in the U.S.
How suburban schools get kids ready for kindergarten
Gone are the days when knowing your ABCs and how to count from one to 10 was enough preparation for kindergarten. Educators say children not only are lacking basic reading and math skills but also the social/emotional skills needed. "Kindergarten readiness starts at birth," said Stephanie Farrelly, principal of the Jefferson Early Childhood Center in Wheaton.
Financial Advice for Single Ladies
Originally posted on SheKnows.com by Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience & Marketing Officer (CXMO), CO-OP Financial Services While more than 57 million single women now live in the U.S., it’s safe to say that the majority of these ladies aren’t what our parents used to call “spinsters.” As Redbook Magazine noted recently, women can be both single and happy.... Read More »
How to Recycle Old Electronics
Want to donate or recycle old electronics? Consumer Reports has the details on the right way to get rid of phones, laptops, and other gadgets.
How To Avoid One Of The Biggest Regrets Retirees Have
It is said that no one on their death bed ever wished they had worked just a little longer. The same may not be said for U.S. retirees, however.
How do auto loans work?
So how do auto loans work? Since most people buying a new or used car opt for financing it’s an important question, and understanding the answer will help you in the purchase process.…
How to Buy a Fixer-Upper House
Buying a fixer-upper home can help you save money, but there are plenty of risks involved. This complete guide shows you exactly how to maximize your gains.
10 Reasons Millennials Choose Credit Unions
by Jeremiah Tucker / February 5th, 2016 I can't remember the first time I joined a bank Banks have come and gone numerous times in my life, each one about as memorable as switching wallets, but I remember joining my credit union. I've found most people do. Often because joining a credit union was a game changerthe exact point their financial lives took a big turn for the better This is particularly true of millennials. Millennialsgenerally defined as anyone born between 1980 and 2000are more likely to recommend credit unions than banks to their friends. A survey by CO-OP Financial Services, Cucamonga, Calif., a financial technology company for credit unions, found that 96% of millennials were…