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Some Choices Matter: Choose a Credit Union Today!

Some Choices Matter: Choose a Credit Union Today!

Check out this great video put together by the Credit Unions of BC. It’s a fantastic explanation of why choosing a Credit Union is a choice that truly matters! Let us at AERO help you make the right choice too! Join Today! Contact Us for more information, apply online, or visit any of our branches!

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Posted in: Credit Union Information, Credit Unions, Financial Advice, Financial Education, Member Service, Personal Finances, Videos

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The School Counselor – An Underrated Resource

A couple of generations ago, the school counselor job was too-often where they stuck the marginally-performing track coach or the teacher who was burnt out. But the American School Counselor Association has been working with school districts in recent years to beef up the role of the school counselor – and ensure they have better […]

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Posted in: Blog, Children, Financial Education, Teenagers

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Top 4 Reasons Why Joining a Credit Union is a GOOD Idea!

Top 4 Reasons Why Joining a Credit Union is a GOOD Idea!

  Here Are 4 Reasons to Join a Credit Union Instead of a Bank Joining a credit union has never been easier, or more beneficial. Here are four of the reasons you should consider joining a CU vs a commercial bank:   Save Money on Fees Credit unions are not-for-profit, and member-owned. This results in […]

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Posted in: Auto Loans, budgeting, Credit Union Information, Credit Unions, Financial Advice, Financial Education, Well-Armed Consumer

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Turbo Charge Your Retirement

Q:  I’m in my 40s and haven’t saved nearly enough to prepare for retirement. How can I “turbo-charge” my retirement savings to catch up? A:  The good news is that you still have a lot of peak earning years ahead of you. Many people don’t hit their professional stride until they reach their 40s, 50s […]

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Posted in: budgeting, Debt, Economy, Financial Education, Financial Goals, Financial Planning, Retirement, Savings

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Home Equity Loans

The financial storm that began in 2008 is finally starting to let up. Young people have started finding full-time work and are looking to buy houses. For the first time in six years, Americans are starting to see gains in the value of their homes. If you’ve been carefully managing your debt, you might find […]

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Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Your taxes are a major family expense, and at some point, your children will come asking questions about them. What should and shouldn’t you share? Two of the main factors to consider are age and maturity level. You know your own child better than anyone else, and making the decision to discuss your taxes is […]

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Posted in: Children, Financial Education, Taxes, Teenagers

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Are you making these 4 common mistakes when filing taxes?

Are you making these 4 common mistakes when filing taxes?

While the IRS says that anyone with knowledge of high school mathematics (and an afternoon to kill) can do their own taxes, the hurdles to filling out a tax form are many. Let’s take a look at some of the most common pitfalls that people make while preparing their own tax returns and how you […]

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Posted in: Blog, Financial Education, Money, Taxes

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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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