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Calling All Teens! After Reading This, You’ll Be Glad You Joined Club Ignite

Hey, teens! You’re growing up, so here at FFCCU, we’re going to treat you like the adult you’re becoming. How do we do this? By offering a bank account called Club Ignite. This isn’t your parents’ savings account! Keep reading to learn more about Club Ignite and and how we can help you build a… (read more)

Member Service: How Can We Help You?

There’s no doubt about it that credit unions are different. We take member service seriously As members, you’re part owners and have a stake in what happens. Keep reading to learn more about how we differ and what we can help you with today. How Does Our Member Service Differ? And according to the World… (read more)

Why Having an Investment Strategy is Important for the Long-Term

In this blog post about from guest blogger Nichole Coyle, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, she explores the importance of having an investment strategy. Read on to learn more. Investing and Finding Where You Put Money That You Want to Save Hiding your money under a mattress, as an investment strategy, is probably not a good idea…. (read more)

Hey, Millennials! Are You Making These Credit Card Mistakes?

  Credit cards are a nice thing to have. After all, if you want to travel, spend a little extra during the holidays, or buy a large-ticket item like a Smart TV, you can use a card. But if you misuse your credit, you may damage your financial health. And if you don’t know what… (read more)

Stimulus Check: How to Prioritize for Your Financial Wellness

This post is from our partners at GreenPath Financial wellness. If you’re not sure how to handle your U.S. stimulus check, GreenPath has some excellent tips. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a financial impact on millions of Americans. Thankfully, some relief is on the way in the form of a stimulus check. Lawmakers recently… (read more)

How Will COVID-19 Impact Financial Markets

As financial markets react to the global spread of the COVID-19 virus, anxiety levels increase. Investors are rightfully worried about the virus, as the global economy had already been rattled by the 2-year U.S.-China trade war, as well as the recent oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. Social distancing is having a clear… (read more)

How to Help Your Community During and After COVID-19

Many people may be struggling because of COVID-19. For instance, some have been laid off of work. Kids are home from school. Bars and restaurants have closed and now rely on take-out orders and driver-to-door delivery services. The Coronavirus has resulted in people needing assistance, so we’re giving you ideas on how to help your… (read more)

Coronavirus Outbreak: How to Keep Your Finances Healthy

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has wreaked havoc locally and globally. Aggressive social distancing rules have caused many to lose their jobs or experience a reduction in income. If you’re worried about your financial health, you have every right to be. However, you don’t have to allow COVID-19 to attack your finances. Remain calm, and don’t… (read more)

Avoid Teenage Money Problems with These Top Financial Tips for Teens

Hey, teens! Your parents may give you some cash toward the things you want to buy, but you may feel better if you could earn and save money to put towards your goals. This is why it’s important to know how to handle personal finances and why we’re giving you financial tips for teens. These are… (read more)

In a Cash Crunch Due to the Coronavirus? Use These Tips! (#3 May Surprise You)

As COVID-19 continues to spread in the U.S., many are starting to feel in a cash crunch. Businesses, schools, and other institutions are canceling events, closing offices, or allowing employees to work remotely to protect the health and safety of others. It’s crucial now more than ever to stay as financially healthy as possible due… (read more)

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