Archive for January, 2015

Direct Deposit: Safe, Simple And Convenient

Q: I work for a small company, and my employer recently started offering direct deposit of paychecks. This doesn’t sound secure to me, and anyway, I like getting and depositing my paycheck. Is there any reason to opt for direct deposit? A: There’s a very short list of things that really haven’t changed in the past 50 […]

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Posted in: Blog, Deposits, eBanking, Safety

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Credit Union Membership…Much More Than Ownership!

You’re part of a credit union–wonderful! But what, exactly, does that mean? How will it affect your day-to-day life? What does credit union membership mean for your checking account, your auto loan, and your financial future? You already know that being a credit union member is different than being the customer of a bank. You […]

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AERO Wins Back to Back ServiStar Award for July – December 2014

AERO Wins Back to Back ServiStar Award for July – December 2014

The ServiStar Credit Union Award is presented in January and July of each year to the best of the best Credit Unions that have partnered with ServiStar over the years. To win this award a ServiStar Client must meet the following rigorous criteria: Overall MemberShoppers Score 4.57 or higher Member Advocacy (Employee Cross Selling behaviors) […]

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Beware of Fake Mobile Phone Apps

Beware of Fake Mobile Phone Apps

Millions of people use their smart phones to check credit union accounts, bank accounts and other financial accounts. They are convenient, of course, and they have some terrific uses. But be careful before you enter your credit union account password into a mobile phone app – especially if you aren’t 100 percent sure of the […]

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Posted in: Blog, Children, Financial Education, Scams

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Four Ways To Compare Online Colleges To Offline Alternatives

Online Colleges vs. Off-line Alternatives, Make Sure You Do Your Research!   The New Year is a time for change. For many people, change means education, and that means going back to school. About 20 million people enroll in colleges and universities annually. Whether you’re thinking about finishing a program you started years ago, earning […]

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Credit Card Debt: How it Hurts and How You Can Escape

Total up the credit card debt of all the people in America, and it gives each household a staggering balance of $7,115 according to the Federal Reserve. Among just those who have debt, the average balance in $15,252. About half of households regularly carry a credit card balance. With high rates of unemployment, circumstances often […]

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Posted in: Blog, Credit Cards, Credit Unions, Debt Consolidations

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Online Banking Pros and Cons

Online Banking Pros and Cons

Q: Online banking sounds so insecure, but I know that ‘everyone’ is doing it. I don’t need up to the minute information on my share draft account, so is there any reason to switch? Also, I don’t mind getting my statements online, but never bothered signing up. What are the pros and cons? A: It’s understandable to […]

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Benefits of a Credit Union?

Benefits of a Credit Union?

A credit union is…. … a not-for-profit, member-owned, financial cooperative. … a way for consumers to own their financial institutions. … a safe place to keep your money. … like a bank, but better. … insured by the NCUA, just like a bank is insured by the FDIC. … owned jointly by its members. … […]

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5 Questions You Need to Ask About Debt Consolidation Loans

5 Questions You Need to Ask About Debt Consolidation Loans

Understanding a debt consolidation loan is really simple. It replaces countless annoying monthly bills that are all due on different days of the month with a single annoying monthly bill. Heavily advertised as the solution to getting your bills paid on time, here’s a candid look at what you need to be aware of before […]

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Posted in: Blog, Debt Consolidations, Financial Planning, Home Equity Loans, Loan

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APR Explained: Why A Lower Rate Is Your Highest Priority

APR Explained: Why A Lower Rate Is Your Highest Priority

The most annoying part of credit card debt is the monthly statement. It’s a dense plate of word salad served with a heaping dose of guilt dressing. The only part of it that’s easy to understand is the “payment due” – and that’s just the way credit card companies like it! Credit card companies have […]

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Current Rates

Savings Secured

Up to 60 months

4.00

%
APR*
Credit Cards

as low as

7.92

%
APR*
Home Equity

Fixed Rate

5.25

%
APR*
Auto Loans

Up to 72 months

3.24

%
APR*
Motorcycle

as low as

4.74

%
APR*
Personal Loans

as low as

8.25

%
APR*
Boats or RVs

as low as

5.25

%
APR*
* Interest rate is based on the loan term and credit score.

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