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Better Budgeting

Posted January 6, 2021  |   Topics: Wallet Wisdom

LMCU Budget Tool: All Your Finances, All in One Place.

When you're juggling checking and savings accounts, loan payments, retirement savings, and more, it can be easy to lose sight of your overall financial health. That's why LMCU offers its members FREE access to the budget tool, an easy-to-use tool where you can view your entire financial portfolio in one place.

Ready for a change of scenery in 2021?

Posted December 31, 2020  |   Topics: Wallet Wisdom

They said to stay home. But they didn't say which home.

In 2020, you worked from home. You shopped from home. You staycationed from home. The point is, you might be ready for a change of scenery in 2021. If you’re in the market for a new home, here are four ways to help you save for the down payment.

Three strategies for digging your way out of debt faster

Posted December 31, 2020  |   Topics: Wallet Wisdom

Dig Out of Debt.

Debt has a way of piling up faster than the snow in your driveway. (For our Florida members, use your imagination and try not to rub it in.)

Here are three strategies for digging your way out of debt.

LMCU January 2021 Newsletter

Posted December 30, 2020  |   Topics: Newsletters

Earn more. Pay less. Stay cozy.

Learn what's happening at LMCU.

Want to give back this holiday season? We’ve got some ideas.

Posted December 22, 2020  |   Topics: Community, Pocket Change

Safely Volunteer During this 2020 Holiday Season.

During this time of year, many individuals and families want to volunteer, donate gifts, or weave the importance of giving into their holiday traditions. We’ve had to give up a lot in the name of stopping the spread of coronavirus, but one thing you don’t need to give up right now is volunteering and giving back to our communities.

It’s the most wonderful time of year to buy a house.

Posted December 15, 2020  |   Topics: Home Financing & Renovation, Mortgage

It’s the most wonderful time of year to buy a house. (And we don’t mean the gingerbread kind.)

With the holiday season in full swing, there are many items on your to do list and it may seem counterintuitive to add a big ticket item to that list. But if you’re thinking you may want to make a move, now may be the time to add finding your dream home to your list. Check out these four reasons why December may be the time to purchase your next house.

Spending Your Savings on Purpose

Posted December 2, 2020  |   Topics: Savings Tips, Wallet Wisdom

Three Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Savings.

You’ve made a budget. You’ve stuck to your budget. And you’ve finally managed to have money left over at the end of every month. Congratulations! Now comes the tricky part: what to do with that extra cash?

LMCU December 2020 Newsletter

Posted November 25, 2020  |   Topics: Newsletters

Earn more. Pay less. Be merry.

Attention: All LMCU locations will be closed December 24 (at 1 p.m.), December 25, December 31 (at 5 p.m.), and January 1.

Answers to your home equity questions

Posted November 18, 2020  |   Topics: Home Financing & Renovation, Wallet Wisdom

You've Got Questions. We've Got Answers.

Imagine this: You finally make the exciting leap to start house hunting. You meet up with your realtor, see a few houses in the perfect location… and then you quickly realize there’s an inventory shortage; houses are priced far higher than you imagined and people are getting into bidding wars on houses in your dream neighborhood.

Host Thanksgiving on a $50 budget

Posted November 5, 2020  |   Topics: Community, Pocket Change, Education

Thanksgiving Dinner for $50?!

If this seems crazy, you may be surprised to learn a typical Thanksgiving dinner for 10 people in 2019 was just shy of $49.* The beauty of this meal is that while it seems rich and extravagant, the ingredients are simple, hearty, and easily feed a crowd.

If the task of hosting falls to you this year, sticking to the menu below will keep your budget on track.  

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