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Whether you’re heading to see grandparents or to a favorite vacation spot to celebrate holidays with loved ones, you want to arrive at your destination safely and without incident.
When it comes to teaching your children or grandchildren to save money, it’s never too early! Instilling good financial habits will pay dividends later, literally and figuratively.
So you’ve been pre-approved, and your bid on the perfect house for you and your family has been accepted. You have your down payment. Everything is in place for the final step— it’s time to close. But what exactly does closing entail? In short, some legal things and a whole lot of money.
Autumn is in full swing, although it doesn’t always feel like it in Louisiana. During the summer, you probably spent money on things like vacations, swimsuits and extra treats for the kids. During back-to-school time, you probably spent a lot on new clothes for the kids, school supplies, and you may be making tuition payments again.
For many young adults — the groups people today often refer to as “millennials and Gen Z”— the idea of a credit union as part of their money management strategy can be confusing. Here are three reasons why credit unions are a better fit for young adults — and how switching could benefit you.