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Mother's Day Ideas on a Budget

By: Holly Benedetto
04.29.21
After a challenging year, society has learned the value in appreciating our loved ones for all that they do for us. While we slowly emerge from the effects of the shutdown, many wish to keep their activities safe and low budget. Luckily, there is no wrong way to celebrate Mother’s Day, and there are as many unique ways to celebrate as there are mother figures to be celebrated.
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4 Digital Services to Join This Earth Day

By: Holly Benedetto
04.22.21
All of us can make a difference every day by choosing greener, electronic options. By reducing paper waste and mailing resources, you can help reduce your footprint and contribute to the good of the environment. If you are looking for more ways to reduce waste, consider using these four digital services offered at American Heritage.
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Ask the Experts: The Contact Center

By: Holly Benedetto
04.15.21
In this series, we take a look at the inner workings of the Credit Union and meet some of the champions who help our members in every facet of their financial lives. This month, we met up with expert Jen O'Brien, a leader in our Contact Center who strives to make communication as smooth as possible for our members.
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Mortgage Pre-Approval: What You Should Know

By: American Heritage
04.08.21
If you’re in the market for a new home, there are a few key steps you’ll need to take early on. You’ll need to consider the type of home and neighborhood you want to move to, and find a great real estate agent to help you search. One of the most important steps of all? Getting pre-approved for a mortgage. Here’s why getting a lender’s pre-approval is a big deal when shopping for a new home, and what you should know before you begin.
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4 Financial Lessons That Set Your Kids Up for Success

By: American Heritage
04.01.21
April 1st marks the beginning of both National Credit Union Youth Month and Financial Literacy Month, so what better time to find resources to teach your child about money? Passing along your experience and insight is one of the greatest gifts you can give your kids. This is especially true when it comes to supporting their financial literacy. Building a strong financial foundation from an early age will help set them up for success throughout their lifetime. Here are four areas to focus on.

 

 

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