Recently we had a member ask: If you can afford to build a building, then why can’t you afford to pay a higher rate on my certificate?"
We’re committed to providing an outstanding experience for you and have begun sending surveys asking for feedback. We’re sending surveys by mail and email to randomly selected members. We want to know what you consider important and how well we deliver what you value.
Once again, it’s time to weigh in with The Herald’s 16th Annual Buzzies competition, and we’d love to win best bank/credit union again. You might even get lucky and win a $50 gift card.
We dream of the day when we can retire and travel, golf, and spend more time with family. Managing money is a critical part of the retirement “how-to.”
The groundbreaking of our new headquarters mixed gold shovels and hard hats with scholarships for students at York Technical College, and bowties that paid tribute to CEO Lee Gardner’s 35 years on the job.
Teaching kids about money at an early age can create good, life-long financial habits.
Breanna Semone may only be 9 but she knows how to save, thanks to her mom.
The summer season was celebrated recently at the Worthy Boys and Girls Camp that wrapped up the year with an open house attended by Family Trust. The camp, conducted by volunteers from the Rock Hill Police Department, hosted about 160 kids during its five-week run this summer. Three one-week sessions were conducted for boys; two, one-week sessions were conducted for girls.
Krystal McKenzie’s bathroom will get a makeover thanks to the $500 she won in our “Drab to Fab” photo contest. Krystal, of Rock Hill, plans to start working on her bathroom renovations this weekend. The prize money will be a big help.
We get it, you’re enjoying summer break. But, if you’re a motivated, energetic teen looking for volunteer opportunities this fall, consider our Youth Advisory Board.
In case you need a reason to apply, we have 7. Drumroll, please…
Homes values are starting to go up again, which makes it a good time to consider a home equity line of credit.
Before the “Great Recession” of 2008 and 2009, one of the most common and convenient ways homeowners had to finance big-ticket items like vehicles, weddings, home improvements, vacations, etc. was a home equity line of credit, or HELOC.