Why You Should Never Abbreviate “2020”

It may be a new year, but scammers are still looking for ways to con you out of your money. Experts are warning of a new scam that involves changing the date on important documents.

Most of us are accustomed to abbreviating the date by using just the last two digits of the year when we need to write it. While it was fine to do in the past, continuing this practice in 2020 can be problematic. With the two sets of digits that make up the new year being identical, abbreviating the date on documents opens us up to multiple scams. read more

Facing A Financial Emergency: Preparation Over Panic

woman sitting at table concerned about finances

With all the change happening in the world right now, it’s easy to fall into a panic and wonder if there are some concrete steps you should be taking to maintain your personal finances.  Luckily, your credit union is prepared and ready to help, continuing to offer financial support, robust online and mobile services and enhanced member services over the phone. read more