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Personal Finance Quiz

March 12th 2015 by
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How savvy are you when it comes to personal finance? Take our quiz and find out! It asks you questions about: Staying out of debt Auto loans Retirement accounts …and more! Personal Finance Quiz from Aspire FCU Didn’t do well on the quiz? Browse through our blog to brush up on the questions you’ve missed.

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Private College Loans: 7 Things You Need to Know

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November 11th 2014 by
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The best college loans are the ones available through the federal government. If you are interested in pursuing private college loans, you need to proceed carefully. Here are seven things you need to know when shopping for private loans: 1. You’re Stuck with Them With federal student loans, there are options to help you deal with any rough patches you may encounter. This is not the case with personal loans. If you lose your job, you won’t be able to defer payments. You also can’t select income-based repayment options. What you sign up for is what you get – and…

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Do You Know Your Loan Options?

Posted in Borrowing Money
August 26th 2014 by

If you need some extra cash, you may know where to go (to us, of course!), but you may not know what your best option is. Do you take out a personal loan? Apply for a credit card? Or do you need a FlexLine of Credit? We’ll explain these options and talk about the pros and cons that come with each one. Personal Loans A personal loan gives you the cash you need in one lump sum. You lock in your rate and the length of the loan, so there will be no surprises when it comes to paying it…

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Beware of Payday Loan Scams

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August 21st 2014 by

No one wants to be in a situation where they need a payday loan. These loans are short-term with extraordinarily high interest rates, but have been gaining popularity over the last decade. Unfortunately, so have the scams. Payday loans should NOT involve up-front fees or recurring fees. These are both signs of a scam. We’d like to take some time to share a real-life story and what you can do to protect yourself. Kevin’s Story ABC News posted a payday loan scam story from Kevin Whitney. Kevin needed a payday loan and the company he found asked for a $195…

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Credit Cards Can Be Rewarding

August 12th 2014 by
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Credit cards are often associated with debt. CreditCards.com reports that the average American household with at least one credit card carries nearly $15,950 in credit card debt. Credit cards don’t have to be a negative part of your life, though. Used responsibly, they can be beneficial and some offer many perks. Credit Card Rewards You’re probably aware of the concept of credit card rewards. You earn points for your purchases and can redeem these points. The rewards aren’t little either; you can use points for: travel, television, 3D Blu-ray players, kitchen appliances, movie tickets and so much more. The World…

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