1. Plan Ahead. It’s best to know what you want to get and where the best price is going to be. This way you can spend less time trying to maneuver through the crowds of people in stores and more time getting the things you want! 2. Prioritize Your List. What is the most important… Read more »
DFCU Staff had the opportunity to put their own mark on our new building! In June staff members were able to sign their name on the final steel beam. This was a fun time for staff to mingle and see the progress on the new operations center.
Get a good start on Summer with a new home or auto! Then start making many new memories with your friends and family!
Salt Lake City, UT, July 31, 2017 – On July 25, foursomes of coaches, athletic department staff, former athletes, alumni, and fans of BYU and University of Utah teamed up to enjoy a friendly round a golf to raise funds for the Deseret First Charitable Foundation which helps outfit LDS missionaries with assistance… Read more »
The word “credit” can generate a lot of emotions. Some people carry a negative connotation with the term, or think credit means debt and irresponsibility; but credit, when used with providence, can be a very good thing. Though buying a car and home may not be in your immediate plans, your financial choices today affect… Read more »
A brand new year often inspires positive life changes such as breaking free of debt. If collections calls have been interrupting your dinner or you’re just stressed out from heavy-duty debt, here’s how to eliminate the burden. Determine where you stand In order to solve a problem, you need to fully understand it. Assess your… Read more »
Even if saving has never been your thing and money is tight, the coming of a new year is an opportunity to change old financial habits. Here are some ways to become a more efficient saver. 1. Budget Budgeting helps you organize your finances so you have money left over to save each month. It… Read more »
A brand new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start. 1. Get on budget Take charge of your finances by creating a budget. Start by calculating after-tax income and subtracting fixed monthly expenses. Then… Read more »
“Christmas in July” is the name of a movie in which a man called Jimmy is tricked into believing he’s won $25,000 in a national radio contest. (It’s from 1940, but the point remains.) He promptly goes out and blows his winnings on a shopping spree. When the truth comes out that Jimmy didn’t win,… Read more »
The financial benefits of buying a home compared with renting have yoyoed over the years, especially of late. If you’re sitting on the fence, here are four circumstances in which it may be a better bet to buy. If interest rates remain low From a financing perspective, if this isn’t the best time to buy… Read more »