How do you pay for your purchases? It may be instinct to pull out any piece of plastic without thinking, but your random card of choice might not be the safest way to pay. Here’s where you may not want to use your debit card:
Every spring my husband and I start talking about projects we want to get done this spring/summer around the house. Inevitably, that discussion always turns to one topic – when are we going to clean out the shed? It is my least-favorite thing to discuss, primarily because there is a LOT OF STUFF in the shed, and the squirrels and hornets have claimed the space as their own for quite some time.
When that first delightful spring breeze starts blowing, you know it’s time to get your house in shape. But there’s more than just a neat house awaiting you at the end of all that hard work. With just a few steps, you can put some extra cash in your wallet.
On February 22, I and several coworkers from Ideal Credit Union had the privilege to join the family of David Riggs and others affected by distracted driving at the Minnesota State Capitol to rally in support of legislation that would prohibit the use of hand-held cell phones while driving.
Finding a qualified real estate agent who has your best interests in mind can make all the difference, which is why Ideal Credit Union offers its members free access to the HomeAdvantage® program and its network of local real estate pros. Selecting the right real estate agent is a very important step in the home buying and selling process. When you use one of these agents, you also qualify for HomeAdvantage Cash Rewards* that can save you $100s to $1,000s at closing!
I am not a fan of winter driving. I don’t know many people who are. I find this somewhat ironic since I grew up in northern Wisconsin, where winters are known to be rough and the snow plentiful, at least when I lived there. Even more ironic, my father spent decades working for the county to ensure roads were well maintained, especially in the winter.