We strive to provide our members with helpful financial information by offering a variety of blog topics.
November 29, 2017 | WHITE ROSE CREDIT UNION
If you don’t use a credit card responsibly, it’s extremely easy to fall into debt up to your eyeballs. Credit cards are powerful tools that can help or hurt your money management skills. Discover how to manage credit cards wisely so you can fully enjoy their benefits.
November 22, 2017 | WHITE ROSE CREDIT UNION
It’s not surprising that the holidays are filled with scams and fraudulent schemes. Consumers spend a ton of…
November 15, 2017 | WHITE ROSE CREDIT UNION
What is a CD or certificate of deposit? Where can you get them? How do they work? Why would someone choose a CD over a different type of savings strategy? If you need a quick lesson on CDs, keep reading.
November 01, 2017 | WHITE ROSE CREDIT UNION
How do overdraft fees work? What are White Rose Credit Union’s specific overdraft fees? We’re answering all of our most frequently-asked questions about the overdraft fee here.
October 25, 2017 | WHITE ROSE CREDIT UNION
82% of U.S. workers were paid via direct deposit in 2016, according to NACHA. That’s an 8% rise from 2011. Direct deposit still continues to gain popularity, and 87% of users are happy with the service. For those who have yet to enroll, what are the benefits of direct deposit and why should you sign up for this free service?
October 11, 2017 | Jen Swanner
Experts agree that you should have 3-6 months’ worth of living expenses saved at any given time. This can be a lofty goal for many, but it’s still important to work towards. The success of this goal often depends on the types of saving accounts you use. Choosing a savings account can be an overwhelming task.
October 04, 2017 | Jen Swanner
Did you know that around 26% of Americans have no savings set aside for emergencies? This alarming statistic doesn’t have to be your reality. There are fun money saving tips out there you can use to build up your savings for any kind of goal.
September 27, 2017 | Jen Swanner
Most people want to discover how to become financially stable in their own lives. Financial stability can improve your overall quality of life, and make it easier to accomplish your long-term goals. These 7 signs of financial health will help you determine if you still have work to do.