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We Americans are a tough lot. We've spent the past several years doggedly tugging at our bootstraps, determined to rally back from the Great Recession t...
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.
Here's Why You're Better Off Using A Credit Union Rather Than A Big Bank
Here are the pros and cons of both banks and credit unions.
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Quick Financial Tip: Mortgage Process
Our goal is simple: To improve the financial well-being of our members. This also happens to be the mission statement at Mutual 1st Federal. We want to make ...
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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.
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Compare bank health ratings and Texas ratios on more than 14,000 federally-insured banks and credit unions in the U.S.
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 »