College costs can be more than a little painful, but with the proper financial planning, you could be whistling your child’s college fight song all the way to the bank.
Vacation is in the air. You can almost smell the saltwater and hear the crashing of the waves if you try hard enough. For those of you ready to trade in your snow shovel for a sand shovel, don’t worry; we have you covered.
Whether you are looking to make a big purchase or a lifetime of memories, we can help! With Lifestyle Loans from MACU, you can get the extra money you need for a vacation, wedding, dental treatment, or even pet care with flexible terms and a competitive interest rate. And, with no penalty for early payoff, you are in the driver’s seat.
MACU’s FREE Shred Day is on the books for Saturday, June 20. Shredding sensitive documents helps prevent identity theft. Do your part to protect your identity by bringing your documents to the Ohio Street branch on June 20 to be professionally disposed of.
Shredding is easy with MACU. Simply pull up to the shred truck, and MACU team members will be available to take your documents to the shredder. Shred Day is open to the community.
Whether it’s retirement, college for your children, a vacation home, or financial peace of mind, we can help you chart a course for the future you are dreaming of through our Investment Services partner, Brad Werner.
Choosing scholarship winners is always an exciting yet difficult process. With so many deserving candidates, choosing the winners is not an easy task. However, after much deliberation, we are proud to announce the winners of MACU’s Scholarships for 2020.
As a community credit union, one of our core values is giving back to the community. That’s why we instituted a time-off policy that allows our team members to take time off to volunteer. Not only does this allow us to give back to our community, but it also helps our team remember our mission to serve our community.
The CARES Act provides funding for SBA Paycheck Protection loans. These loans will help help small businesses pay their employee and cover expenses like benefits, building rent or mortgage interest and utilities. We've partnered with Kabbage to help you access these critical funds.
You may need the following information to complete your application.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce offers a guide and checklist and the SBA also provides additional information.
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"Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. They're setting up websites to sell bogus products, and using fake emails, texts, and social media posts as a ruse to take your money and get your personal information.
The emails and posts may be promoting awareness and prevention tips, and fake information about cases in your neighborhood. They also may be asking you to donate to victims, offering advice on unproven treatments, or contain malicious email attachments."
By Colleen TresslerConsumer Education Specialist, FTC
The FTC and FDA have jointly issued warning letters to seven sellers of unapproved and misbranded products, claiming they can treat or prevent the Coronavirus. The companies’ products include teas, essential oils, and colloidal silver.
The FTC says the companies have no evidence to back up their claims — as required by law. The FDA says there are no approved vaccines, drugs or investigational products currently available to treat or prevent the virus. Read more about the warning letters.
Here are some tips to help you keep the scammers at bay:
credit: Federal Trade Commissionhttps://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/coronavirus-scams-what-ftc-doing