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August 18th 2011 by
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Along with superior financial services and products, Aspire strives to bring you the highest quality of customer service to go with it. Our Member Service Representatives and Loan Consultants have gone through extensive training to ensure that you receive the assistance you need in a timely and professional manner. So, how are we doing? Leave us a comment here or visit our testimonial page at www.aspirefcu.org/testimonials.cgi, where you can even upload your picture! If you’re looking for an auto loan and some extra cash, read on. Aspire wants to deposit $25* into your account! Just book an auto loan and…

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Branch Banking is Changing

August 15th 2011 by
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Branch banking has evolved. Years ago, if you needed cash, you had to come into ‘The Branch’. You had no other choice. The only place you could get cash was from your local bank branch, and you had to get there during ‘bankers hours’, typically 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. Over time, bankers slowly loosened their grip on those hours and opened one night during the week and eventually on Saturdays (usually in the morning, while you were trying to catch up on sleep). Then along came the Automated Teller Machine, the venerable ‘ATM’. The ATM was…

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To Defer, or Not to Defer: That is the Question

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August 4th 2011 by
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Ready or not, it’s time for January graduates to receive their first student loan bills. If you’re in the same shoes as countless grads all over the world, you’re given a choice: to defer or not to defer. I’ll give you the bad news first: no matter what you choose, there’s no avoiding the payments altogether. But here’s the good news: there’s no right or wrong decision. Whether you decide to defer your loans for a few years or pay them back immediately, additional interest will not accrue on your original rates. Deferring your loans might be a consideration if…

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