With an increased interest in outdoor recreational activities, more people will be vacationing on and near the water this summer. Before heading out, review these safety tips and reduce the risk of injury.
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What’s essential to keep in your vehicle? Check out our list of the top ten things to help you prepare your vehicle for life’s little surprises.
As you prepare for the summer, we’re hear to help your vehicle AND your wallet! Check out these tips for helping your vehicle last a few more years – or perhaps securing the financing and savings to pay for the next one.
As we approach the end of the year, this is the perfect time to think about insurance and maybe do a little “checkup”. Lots of things could potentially shift your coverage needs or perhaps your possibility for savings.
When you finally make the decision to buy or sell a home, it can be very exciting and overwhelming at the same time. You may find yourself pulled in many different directions. Before you put that for sale sign out front, it’s best to do a pre-audit of your home for any liability exposures or potential risks during the home-selling process.
For some, thoughts of flipping the calendar to a new year also brings the anticipation (or dread) of filing your taxes. Soon the W-2s will appear in the mail. You’ll compile all the necessary paperwork. Once everything is together, you wait for the news. Do I owe? Or, am I getting a refund?
Does it seem like driving has become more expensive in recent years? It likely has. With more cars on the road, the severity of traffic-related accidents has grown worse and impacted the cost of bodily injury insurance claims. As a result, your insurance premium may have increased as well.
Did you know that Vantage Credit Union is a unique financial institution? That’s right. We’re a not-for-profit financial cooperative. Each member is a part owner. But do you understand what a cooperative is? Or what your membership in this cooperative means?
According to the Internal Revenue Service, more than a third of all taxpayers have submitted tax returns. Don’t worry, you have until April 18, 2017 to file! If you receive a refund, consider ways to make your refund work for you.
Every year, it’s nice to do a bit of “financial spring cleaning” and declutter your filing cabinet..