Continue reading Spring into Financial Literacy

An important part of everyday life, financial education can give you the confidence it takes to make informed decisions and help you grow to achieve your financial goals. At Arbor Financial, we value education year-round and are proud to offer several free resources and outlets to members, and non-members, to benefit your financial education and well-being. From weekly webinars to individual courses you can take on your own time, we’ve got options for you and your financial situation. Here are some of our offerings to assist you in your financial success journey:

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Continue reading 5 Best Practices for Credit Card Use
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5 Best Practices for Credit Card Use

December 2, 2020 Arbor Financial Credit Union
According to the Federal Reserve, approximately 83% of adults in the United States currently have at least one credit card. One of the many payment options you have, credit cards are a valuable financial tool that may build or improve your credit over time when used responsibly. If you are one of the millions of Americans using their credit card to shop this holiday season, take a few minutes for a refresher on some of the best practices for credit card use.
 

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Continue reading 6 Tips for Safe Online Shopping During the Holidays
With Christmas right around the corner, stores are busier than ever with shoppers looking to fill their loved ones’ wish lists. Catalogs are arriving in the mail, sales are being posted online, ads are being distributed, and there’s no getting around it. Holiday shopping season is upon us.
 

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Continue reading 4 Tips to Stress-Free Holiday Spending
The holiday season is right around the corner, a time for festivities, cheer, and reunions with family and friends. But as we deck the halls or spin the dreidel, many of us will have something else on our mind: money.

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Continue reading 7 Common Uses For Your Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)
Homeowners who have equity in their home can use it as revolving credit and borrow against it when they use a Home Equity Line of Credit, otherwise referred to as HELOC. Here's just a few of the things you can do with it!

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