College commencement season is here again, but for many soon-to-be graduates, it's a time to both celebrate and prepare. With the job market still challenging and national student loan debt exceeding $1 trillion, new grads face real financial hurdles.
Most realtors agree that some improvements can help sell a house faster, and many believe home improvements could boost the sales price—if those are the right improvements.
Join us for an informational meeting about Social Security benefit options and how they may influence your retirement decisions.
Are you planning to take early retirement … or do you want to continue working until, or beyond, full retirement age?
You can now hail an Uber car in downtown Pittsburgh that drives itself. Tesla says it is improving its autopilot system. And major automakers say they plan to produce a self-driving car within five years. But safety concerns and cautious regulators may slow down that progress.
The Annual Meeting of Members is scheduled for
Tuesday, April 4 at 4:30pm
John Boyle O’Reilly Club
33 Progress Avenue Springfield
New Business will include:
- Election of 5 Directors
- Approval of Directors’ expenses for the prior year
- Approval of the Officers’ Reports
Proof of identification required. Credit Union members must be in good standing to participate.
RSVP by March 25, 2017 to 413-205-2040 or email@example.com
When it comes to saving, something is better than nothing, and more is better than less. That’s not much help—but this simple guideline might be:
- 50% of your after-tax income goes to needs
- 20% goes to savings and debt repayment
- 30% is for wants
Certified used cars—with a special inspection and new warranty—can be a good, less expensive alternative to buying a new car.
Certified cars can indeed be a bargain versus a new alternative of the same model. But certified cars are still used cars, and you need to shop carefully and pay attention to all details of the transaction.