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Seeking Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors Members

SnoCope Credit Union is presently looking for enthusiastic volunteer Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors Members. If you are interested in serving, you are invited to submit your credentials. Read more...

 

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Avoid These Summer Scams

Tax scam season might be over, but just because the tax scammers are off on summer break doesn’t mean you can let your guard down. A new selection of con artists peddling fraudulent product and service offers are hitting the market. Below is a list of the most popular summer scams so you can avoid them and spend your time and money on better things—like roasting the perfect marshmallow, finally building a treehouse, or buying your first kayak and taking it for a maiden voyage. Read more...

 

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Simple Home Upgrades

Everyone has walked into their home at some point and just felt like moving. It can happen a lot more if your home is older with outdated finishes. A whole home remodel would do the trick, but that may not be in your budget. Don’t worry, here are a few projects that can bring a lot of new life to a home without breaking your budget. Read more...

 

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Buying a Car at the End

When is the best time to buy a car? At the end. The end of what? Well, the end of the day, week, month, or year. But why? Read more...

 

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The 3-6-9 Rules Guidelines for Emergency Savings

An emergency savings fund is a crucial part of your personal finances. No matter your greater financial goals—eliminating debt, improving your credit score, saving for your kids’ college, saving for retirement—building a sufficient emergency savings fund is the first step to a financial healthier, wealthier you. Read more...

 

 

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