What to Teach Your Kids About Credit Cards

As a grown-up you know that there are both negative and positive sides to having a credit card. Many of us find out the hard way what it means to own a credit card. If you’re a parent, you probably like to help your kids avoid the same mistakes you made. Here are a few

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Making Saving Painless

Do you find yourself making excuses on why you can’t save money? Hopefully, our tips will make it easier to save and harder to keep coming up with excuses on why you can’t. Make it Automatic Do you have direct deposit from your employer? Chances are you can designate more than one account for your

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Curing a Holiday Debt Hangover

Along with the decorations, cookies and family fun, the holidays also often come with a sizeable chunk of debt. In fact, 42% of Americans expect to have about $500 in holiday debt. If you find yourself a bit buried in debt, WWFCU has some great tips to help dig you out. Evaluate As much as

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New Year, New Financial Goals

As you take a look back at 2019, you’re probably resolving to have better control over your finances in the New Year. From saving more to spending less, we’ve got your goals covered: Watch Your Credit Score Many of us only look at our credit score once a year or when we’re looking to make

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Unique Financial Resolutions

Come the New Year, many of us resolve to spend less and save more. Two subjects we discuss a lot on our blog! This year, we thought we’d shake things up a bit and give you a list of unique and ultra-specific resolutions/goals you can make for the New Year. Save Change When paying with

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Financial Goals for Each Decade of Your Life

A person’s financial goals grow and change with the individual. Your goals in your 20s aren’t usually the same as when you’re 50. We wanted to give you an overview of what some of your financial goals should be, decade by decade. Your 20s Set Up Good Habits Now is the time to put your

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Why Skip-a-Payment?

During the holidays do you find yourself scrimping to make ends meet and aren’t sure how you’re going to pay this month’s bills? Know that you’re not alone. This is why WWFCU offers Skip-a-Payment. What is Skip-a-Payment? If you have a loan at WWFCU and want a month off of your loan payment, all you

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Top 5 Year-End Financial Goals

The year is almost over, which means it’s time to set up your goals for the New Year. We won’t call them resolutions, because those seem too easy to ignore. If you set up financial goals instead and put a plan together to accomplish them, you’ll be more likely to achieve them. The idea way

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Surviving the Holidays on a Budget

Shoppers are expected to spend around $731 billion on the holidays this year, with the average person projected to spend at least $885. It may sound like a lot, but it’s easy to go over your budget at the holidays. We’ve got some useful tips to help you rein in your expenses this season. Make

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Understanding Your Credit Report

By now, you’ve probably heard it’s in your best interest to check your credit report a couple of times per year for accuracy and errors. But do you know what to actually look for once you’ve got your credit report in front of you? Getting Your Report To be able to review your credit report,

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