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No matter the interest rate, saving as little as $20 per week adds up. See how much you can save in three months, six months, a year....
It's your ride, but can you afford it? Know what you can afford and you can better negotiate with a dealer to get the best price and the best value.
Calculate double payments, an early pay off or play with rate adjustments... or you can just see what your monthly payment will be.
No matter what you need a loan for, it pays to know what your financial obligation will be. Calculate your cost and make a wise loan decision.
Lunch money for little Joe, gas for the car, groceries and Mary's piano lessons. Get a handle on your expenses and they won't overwhelm you.
Whether you're interested in developing a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, taking a look at your credit report, buying a home, or planning for your financial future,MHV wants to help. That's why we've provided access to free and confidential financial counseling and education through BALANCE.
On Your Way is an interactive website containing a combination of knowledge, collective discussion and feedback made specfically for young adults ages 16-28. Learn about the topics that matter to you like buying your first car or home, managing your budget and saving money. Discuss posts with other credit union members and enter to win prizes like flat screen TV’s, tablets and laptops, MP3 players and gift cards to national retailers.
Provides tips on current trends and offers articles to keep you informed about strategies to keep your home and family financially sound.
This interactive web link is directed to elementary, middle and high school age groups. Each area offers age-appropriate money management advice, including games for younger children, money making ideas for teens and tutorials and job skill practices for older teens. Check it out!
Whether you're buying your first car or your fifth car, doing a little research can save you some time. Look for your likes and dislikes with this handy online auto buying tool.
Looking for a reliable used car for your college bound child? Want to sell your vehicle but not sure what price to ask for? The NADA guides can help you determine year, make and model pricing.
When shopping for a used vehicle, you can negotiate. Use the Kelley Blue Book for up to date values and costs.
You love it! It's just the right car for you. But is it too good to be true? Find out the history of the vehicle you're thinking of buying BEFORE you buy it.
The DOE and EPA's fuel economy website contains an electronic version of their annual Fuel Economy Guide featuring updates fuel economy data for new and used passenger vechicles dating back to 1984. The website features side-by-side vechicle comparisons and fuel savings tips. You can also find information about the recently redesigned fuel economy label that goes on new motor vechicles beginning with the 2013 model year.
A leading credit reporting agency, Experian provides free credit reports, credit advice and more.
Another national credit reporting agency, order your free credit report from Equifax too, and take advantage of the resources you have available to you for maintaining your credit. MHV's Perks Package offers Equifax credit monitoring and unlimited access to your credit report for a low monthly charge or free. Click here for more information on MHV's Perks Package.
The last of the big three in credit reporting, TransUnion also provides credit reports, scores and ways to maintain or repair your credit.
Have your report sent to you automatically by signing up on this convenient site. Starting in 1995, the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act requires all three credit bureaus to provide you a free credit report, at your request, every 12 months. Working together, the bureaus have established a single, secure web site and phone number to meet this requirement. Do not contact the bureaus directly. Instead contact www.annualcreditreport.com (877-322-8228). Please note: You will be asked to provide your Social Security number.
The Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) official site to learn about the crime of identity theft. It provides detailed information to help you deter, detect, and defend against it.
The official government website to register your home and mobile phone numbers to be added to the do not call list. After about three months, most telemarketing calls should stop. To register by phone, call 888-382-1222.
The nation's largest financial counseling organization, the NFCC Member Agency Network includes more than 700 community-based offices located in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. More than 3 million consumers annually receive financial counseling and education from NFCC Member Agencies in person, over the phone, or online. To locate an NFCC Member Agency in your area call 800-388-2227. Para ayuda en Español Ilama al 800-682-9832.