Is Now the Right Time to Buy a Car?

Have you been considering purchasing a vehicle? Now could be the right time for you to buy. According to US News, March car sales were off by almost 40 percent compared to the same month in 2019. What does this mean for you? Due to declining sales, dealerships are highly motivated to sell vehicles but you may not necessarily get…

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Drive Happy

You’re looking to buy a car, and you need a lender who can help. Driveaway happy knowing that Harrison FCU put you in the driver’s seat with a low monthly payment. No social security number? No problem! Harrison is experienced in ITIN Lending. Let us help you get in the car of your dreams. Get started now! *See credit union…

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Annual Meeting 2020

Our 2020 Annual Meeting has been postponed until further notice. Check back for details!  

6 Ways to Spend Your Stimulus Responsibly

Have you received your COVID-19 stimulus payment or are you expecting it soon? Have you started thinking about how you would spend it? It’s tempting to think about all of the ways you could spend an extra $1,200 or $2,400 – depending your filing status and the number of dependents you claim. Before you get that list finalized, we want…

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Stimulus Payments Are On The Way

Economic Impact payments are on their way, and most Americans have already received their money.  But, what does it mean for you if you haven’t? Where is my stimulus check? The IRS began sending out stimulus payments in April. But if you haven’t received yours yet, there’s no reason to panic. Retirees, senior citizens, and taxpayers who filed income taxes…

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What You Should Know About the Stimulus Checks

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion economic relief plan set to provide aid to millions of Americans impacted by the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. The package includes stimulus payments for individuals, additional unemployment coverage, student loan relief, and more. But, what does that mean for you? Stimulus Payments Most adults will receive a check or direct deposit….

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3 Keys to Keep Your Money Safe From Fraud

The Federal Trade Commission is taking extra measures to warn people of scammers that will use tactics to try and take your personal information. It’s important to remain aware of the current scams and schemes in order to protect yourself from fraudsters looking to take advantage of your vulnerability In order to stay vigilant and less susceptible to fraudsters, we…

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COVID-19 Scams

No question – the past few weeks have been insane as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We’re seeing things unfold that most of us haven’t experienced before. Entire cities have shut down, people are being quarantined, and credit unions are being forced to find different ways to serve members. While we’ve seen the best in humanity from Dollar General…

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Wedding Planning on a Budget

So, you’re engaged! Congratulations! You’re probably over the moon and full of stars in your eyes and have visions of wedded bliss.  You’ve been thinking about this day for as long as you can remember. You’ve got your Pinterest boards, a planning notebook, and you’re ready to hit the ground running. But, have you put a price tag on any…

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