Gift-giving season is coming soon. Whether you’re naturally crafty or just looking for a truly unique gift, these do-it-yourself ideas will lend your holiday a handmade touch and prevent you from overspending this season.
Everyone is looking for ways to save money, and that’s just what Love My Credit Union Rewards is all about. Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union is excited to offer you exclusive discounts and benefits on products and services you use every day. Credit union members have already saved over $1 billion with Love My Credit Union Rewards discounts. So along with lower loan rates and fewer fees, here’s another way you can save even more.
Who doesn’t love a good discount? Here are a few clever ways to uncover hidden savings and get the most for your hard-earned money, plus discounts with Sprint, Chevrolet, ADT, and more just for being a member of SMCU.
The holiday season should be a time for celebration, but without a budget, it can quickly turn into a headache. Paying for gifts, traveling expenses and groceries adds up quickly, and last-minute changes in plans can lead to even more spending. To avoid getting surprised with a huge credit card bill in January, take these steps to make sure you keep your holiday spending under control.
Tired of paying too much for your cell bill? We don’t blame you. So we’re helping you save with the Sprint Credit Union Member Discount from Invest in America. As a Seattle Metropolitan member, you can save on your monthly wireless bills – plus have your activation and upgrade fees waived.
We’re all familiar with refinancing a home mortgage. People do it all the time – often lowering the interest rate and saving hundreds on their monthly payments, but few people think about refinancing a vehicle loan. However, many of the same benefits apply. So, when does refinancing make sense?
The average American family overspends on their wireless services by an average of $200 a year. If this sounds like you, it might be time to start saving with the Sprint Credit Union Member Discount. To take advantage of these Sprint savings, remember to verify your credit union membership
No one wants to think about needing to dip into a source of emergency cash, but it’s important to understand that you might need one, and to plan accordingly. Whether it’s a health emergency, loss of employment or other unexpected misfortune, a financial crisis can happen to anyone and if it does, you’ll be glad you’ve socked some money away. Below: all your questions about an emergency fund and how to start one, answered.
When the big banks talk about saving money, what is the first thing they tell you? Stop buying coffee and stash that money away. While that’s not terrible advice, this is Seattle; coffee is in our blood. Cutting out your daily latte is a big sacrifice and a really hard way to save over the long term. Before you give up the little things you enjoy, take a look at your big monthly expenses, like your mortgage or your credit card debt. This is where you can save real money with one easy switch instead of a long-time sacrifice.