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SLFCU members can create savings goals in online banking. Start a savings goal to buy a home, plan a wedding, or make charitable donations.
Free services give you access to your accounts everywhere life takes you, saving you both time and money.
Because members are our first priority, we focus on service and financial education, better rates, and lower fees.
If you're building a new budget or updating an existing one, these tips could help you better manage debt.
SLFCU's online and mobile banking make it simple to create and track your progress toward saving for a down payment.
Dale Marsh has seen a lot of changes during his years as a Sandian and SLFCU member.
SLFCU members can receive discounts on select TurboTax® products.
This past summer my friends and I started a neighborhood yard business. The four of us called it the Bro Business.
Setting up a budget can help you manage the money you earn and develop a plan to meet your future goals.
A CreditLine, also known as a line of credit, is a loan that allows you to borrow money and pay it back repeatedly, without having to apply for a new loan each time.
SLFCU allows members in good standing to skip up to two months of payments on your auto loan, signature loan, or Signature CreditLine in any rolling 12-month period.
SLFCU belongs to a nationwide network of nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs.
Setting aside perfectly good spending money is the basis for a much broader world of opportunities.
SLFCU offers all of the financial services you need, even if you are unable to visit or do not live near a branch.
It's important to verify that your account information is up to date in order to ensure your direct deposits don’t experience problems or delays.
SLFCU can help you set up your checking account to avoid Non Sufficient Funds (NSF) fees, returned checks, and declined cards.
As a teen it can be hard to know how to spend and also save at the same time.
There are three things you need to consider when saving for a home: a down payment, closing costs, and insurance and taxes.
The way you spend and save money when you are a teenager can help you in your future. Some teens spend money as soon as they get it.
Just because you're away from home doesn't mean you have limited access to your accounts.
When teaching finances to children, it can be difficult to point out the distinction between needs and wants, since many needs are handled by their parents.
There are a lot of features that comprise a checking account. We've answered some frequently asked questions to help you get the most out of your checking account.
It’s important to select a checking account that helps you meet your goals.
SLFCU offers solutions for managing difficult financial situations. You can rely on SLFCU to provide personal, caring service and professional guidance.
The balance in your checking account isn't necessarily the true amount of money you have available to spend. Your account balance only captures actions that have involved SLFCU.
There are two costs you might incur for using an out-of-network ATM. An ATM surcharge is assessed by a financial institution for using one of their ATMs when you are not a customer.
Children can be introduced to the concept of money at a young age. Whether it’s spending birthday money on a new toy or helping a parent at the grocery store, there are many opportunities.
SLFCU's online banking will automatically determine how much lead time is needed to process and send your bill payments.
If you graduated from college in the spring, grace periods for your federal and private student loans are probably coming to an end. Most student loans have a six-month grace period before entering the repayment stage.
Managing money wisely isn’t just a concern for adults – teenagers with jobs receive paychecks, and many high school graduates receive monetary gifts.
Putting together a realistic and helpful budget can be harder than it looks. Here are 14 tips.
Why am I limited to six unsigned savings withdrawals or transfers each month?
SLFCU offers all the financial services you need, even if you live far from a branch. These resources will help you keep track of your finances anywhere you go.
No more days and nights studying for exams and applying for scholarships. Now it's time for job hunting and paying student loans.