Landlines are quite outdated. But, before cutting the wire, read up on the main reasons people cling to their landlines — and why some of those reasons may not actually matter.Read More
Are you looking for a place to park your savings? Do you need an account that blends accessibility with a high rate of return?
Look no further! Dade County Federal’s Money Management accounts offer convenient features with an attractive rate of return to help your money grow…Read More
Obviously, banks and credit unions offer a lot of overlapping services. Both banks and credit unions take in deposits, administer checking and savings accounts, issue credit and debit cards, and provide home loans in addition to consumer loans.
The key difference: Ownership structure…Read More
Dade County Federal Credit Union today became a “Preferred Credit Union of the Miami Dolphins.” The multi-year partnership enables the credit union to reach a broad segment of the Miami-Dade population through a relationship with one of the most storied professional teams in American sports.Read More
There are so many variables to think about when looking for that first job! Whether you’ve already started hunting job boards and sending out resumes or you haven’t taken the first step, we’ve got you covered.
Here is a list of the important factors to consider when looking for your post-college job…Read More
Hopefully, you’re working hard to keep a high credit score by using your cards and paying on time. You may be wondering, though, if more is better. Is several credit cards and more available credit a good idea? Or, are too many cards a liability to your score? Read on for the answers to all your questions.Read More
You don’t have to be a genuine Coupon Queen to save money on groceries. Teach your kids how to shop the sales and use coupons in the best way possible. Show your kids how much money you can save by shopping sales and using coupons.Read More
Gas-pump skimming is an old crime making a comeback, and your card may be at risk. Since skimmer devices are almost invisible, they can be difficult to spot. And Bluetooth technology lets the scammer remotely obtain the info it collects from as far as 100 yards away.Read More
Loan scams target people who are in dire straits and likely will do anything to get their hands on some cash. Once a loan scammer has snagged a victim, they will have the borrower fill out an “application” with sensitive and personal information. The scammer will use the victim’s information to hack their accounts. Arm yourself with knowledge and awareness.Read More
Tech support scams are some of the most nefarious forms of hacks.
In these scams, fraudsters contact victims and attempt to trick them into granting access to their computers. The crooks may reach out to people through a fear-mongering phone callRead More
Everyone has their own version of a dream vacation. But, for most of us, it never becomes a reality. Read on for six ways to make that dream vacation come true…Read More
You don’t need to skimp on the wedding of your dreams or go deeply into debt to pay for it. By planning ahead, choosing wisely and prioritizing what’s truly important, you can say “I Do” without stressing over wedding costs.Read More
June is the month of sun-kissed beaches, dripping ice cream cones, backyard BBQs…and spectacular sales. Use this handy list to see what to grab and what to skip this June.Read More
Your primary reason for attending college is to jumpstart your career, of course. But, did you know there are many other things you can do now to help secure your future?
Here are just 5 things you can do today that will improve your after-college life…Read More
Have you been wondering what happened to your paycheck? Why do the amounts withheld look different? And why did your salary get a boost? Got questions about payroll taxes?
We’ve got answers!Read More
There’s no getting away from the fact that our dependence on energy increases daily. With energy-dependent technology driving our lives, ecologists continue to search for ways to save our environment. Focusing on energy-efficient appliances is one way to do that.Read More
Tax Season is coming to end in a couple weeks. April 17th to be exact, is “Tax Day”, the filing deadline and due date for Federal Income Tax Returns for the 2017 tax year. Every year the IRS reminds us to be alert of the more common scams...Read More
We don’t normally like to tell you how to spend your money. Our members tend to be very good at that, often finding creative ways to turn the hours they’ve spent at the office into new ways to enjoy their lives. More often, we tell you how to not spend your money by letting you know about our fantastic savings options that can produce dividends...Read More
Back in 2009, single mom Lisa Timmons was struggling. Employed at a fledgling non-profit organization, her bills were piling up as she worked to put food on the table and provide for her then ten-year-old son, Gabriel. And she was afraid she might lose her house...Read More
Q: I’m in the market for a new home, and everyone I talk to, from friends to financial advisors, suggests I get preapproved for a mortgage before I start house hunting. Why is this so important?
A: You’re actually on the receiving end of great advice...Read More