It seems like they are everywhere, and in many cases, they are. Pop-up ads were once a problem limited to desktop and laptop browsers, but not anymore. Getting your smartphone bombarded with pop-up ads isn’t just annoying; it’s a security risk for you and your device.
Are you a student or know one who could benefit from $1,000 extra dollars? The Eddie Reeves Community Commitment Scholarship is now open for applications and will be awarded to a student who exhibits a strong spirit of leadership and volunteerism. This scholarship is open to high school, college and graduate students pursuing a degree from an accredited college or university or a vocational technical school.
We make a budget for groceries, holidays, and everything else so what about our wedding day? We talked with a newlywed about her budget and we are sharing her answers with you. Keep in mind that everyone’s big day is different, but you can budget for it big or small.
The Desjardins program was created by CUNA to recognize leadership within the credit union on behalf of financial literacy for all ages. All activities that support personal finance education of members and non-members, including financial literacy leadership efforts.
As a credit union member, you and your family are invited to celebrate our members and reflect on the previous year’s successes. Doors will open at 5:30 pm and the business meeting will start at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, April 23, at the First Baptist Church in Rock Hill.
Every year you can count on one thing happening that probably makes you sigh. It may make you angry, anxious, or frustrated, but the one emotion that rarely makes an appearance for tax time is happiness. And to add to all these emotions, the IRS and state tax agencies are warning people of phishing email scams making an appearance this year.
We get a lot of mail, even these days when so much of our communication is done electronically. Granted, most of it is not of interest to most of us and it goes directly into the trusty “File 13.” However, those pre-approved credit card applications, loan re-finance offers, bank statements, and the like are all valuable to would-be cybercriminals.
Ready to become a homeowner? Buying a home may be the largest purchase you’ll ever make. Before you start house hunting, it’s important to understand how owning a home could impact your finances.
If you’ve been considering opening a credit card, keep in mind their pros and cons. They can provide security, convenience, and even rewards based on your spending. However, if cardholders don’t manage their cards carefully, they may find themselves facing unwanted consequences like a poor credit score or fees.
Despite warnings, citizens are still falling for bogus tax refund scams. The most recent discovery was in the involved hackers posing as government tax office officials. Filers were sent phishing emails promising refunds, roughly in the amount of $710.00 U.S., that would be deposited directly to one’s credit card.