Who Goes First? For Couples, Retirement Is All About Timing
Most of us assume we'll retire at some point. The question is when, and the answer is different for everyone—even between spouses.
Grow Your Family: Financing an Adoption
More than 90% of international adoptions cost more than $10,000. Domestic adoptions are generally less costly, yet funding still can be a barrier to many families. Find out how a number of families have found ways to finance adoptions.
May Financial Fitness Challenge—Benchmarks Help Gauge Financial Progress
Benchmarks help us know where we stand and where we'd like to end up. Here are some key benchmarks to help you gauge progress with your personal finances.
Credit Unions' Tax Status Well Deserved
Credit unions were created to provide financial services in a democratic, not-for-profit, cooperative manner—that is, with member ownership and control. Those unique characteristics are the foundation of credit unions' tax exemption.
Get a Second Chance: How to Appeal a Home Appraisal
If you're trying to refinance and your house doesn't appraise where you thought it should, consider getting a second opinion. It could be worth the few extra steps you'll have to take.
Summer traditionally is vacation time—the kids
are out of school and the open road calls. Snap Survey is curious, what are your summer vacation plans?
Move or Remodel: What Calculation Works for You?
Solving the move-or-remodel dilemma calls for answering hard questions about money, social relations, life stage, and predictions about the future. Regardless of your decision, your credit union can help.