Tracking your daily spending is the best way for you to get ahold of your finances and start making headway on the goals you have. Click below for a printable Personal Money Journal for you to keep track of...
—Discounts for Grillin’, Chillin’ and Thrillin’  Grillin’: This July enjoy 10% savings on $25 Omaha Steak gift cards for those nights of grillin’ out on your deck. Chillin’: Close to home or far away, stay a week or just...
Test your financial literacy. Why? Because without a good handle on personal finances, we make poor spending decisions, don’t save for emergencies, max out several credit cards, pay higher interest rates, have our identities stolen, make poor investment choices,...
In many markets, housing prices have rebounded since the Great Recession. If you bought your house when prices were low, you may have more equity in your home than you realize. That equity can be especially beneficial if you...
Eight things to consider before heading off to college We all know how expensive college is.  Are there ways to reduce the cost of a college education? There are many choices that impact college costs and when you do...
—Free financial counseling for 121 Members If you’re new to 121 Financial Credit Union let us introduce one of our most requested services to you – Accel Members Financial Counseling. As a valued member of 121 Financial, we are...
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— Things you should be thinking about every year.        Presented by Randy Nakamura, CFP®, ChFC®, CRPC® What are your financial, business or life priorities? Your goals? Specify    them, then consider investing, saving or budgeting methods...