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Clues To Look For In Phishing Emails

You’re locked out of your bank account. Yep. You know you’ve done it numerous times. You have three tries and you just cannot remember that password. Let’s face it. You have a million, or even trillion passwords (maybe this is a bit of an exaggeration) you’re trying to remember at any given time, so it is certainly understandable if you lock yourself out of an account from time to time due to too many tries. Learn the red flags you are a phishing target.

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Teachers, Apply for Your Grants by Nov. 12

What would an extra $500 do for you in your classroom? Teachers have through Nov. 12 to apply for a Family Trust Teacher Grant to help them create exciting and interactive lessons for their students. This year we’ll give twenty $500 grants for individual and collaborative projects. Over the years, Family Trust has given over $120,000 to more than 383 educators since the Teacher Grant program was established 16 years ago.

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Celebrating 70th International Credit Union Day Oct. 18

We’re celebrating the 70th International Credit Union Day on Thursday, Oct. 18, with a theme of “Find Your Platinum Lining.” This theme combines the traditional 70th anniversary gift of platinum, a play on the saying “every cloud has a silver lining” and a celebration of the platinum-lined differences and the impact credit unions have made for their members and communities.

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Invest Safely with Certificate Laddering

You’re probably familiar with the term “diversifying your portfolio” and the advice “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” Without putting your money into a riskier investment option, Certificate Laddering is a simple solution. Certificate laddering is an investment strategy used to access higher rates — usually reserved for long-term certificates — while still allowing a portion of your money to be accessible at short-term intervals.