On June 15, 2012, President Obama signed an executive order establishing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. With this initiative, those individuals who came to the United States as children and meet specific guidelines may be considered for deferred action over two years. Continue reading Achieve Your Dreams with the DACA DREAMer Personal Loan
It goes without saying that I’m going to need an auto loan to help finance a new car after my accident. Who has that kind of cash laying around or just sitting in your pocket? Continue reading Auto Loan Pre-approval – Eric’s Auto buying Adventure Pt3
Personal banking has become easier than ever to manage, thanks to online banking, mobile banking and text or email alerts. And yet too many of us are still dealing with checking account fees and penalties, which quickly add up when you’re not looking. It’s time to look at your checking account and see just how easy it is to avoid these charges. Continue reading Are You STILL Paying for your Checking Account in Madison?
With nothing but lazy summer days ahead, who’s thinking about holiday shopping? People with a smart game plan that includes an easy way to save, a budget, and a shopping list, that’s who. Pretty smart, right? Continue reading Start a Holiday Savings Account Now to Enjoy a Debt-Free Holiday Season
Looking for an opportunity to help someone in our community? Please consider volunteering for Paint-a-thon 2015. Over the past 26 years, thousands of volunteers have worked together to paint more than 500 houses for low-to-moderate income residents in Dane County. Continue reading DCCU Cares About Project Home’s Paint-a-thon
Alright, now that the dust has settled from my accident, I’m well aware of my situation. The confusion and frustration have subsided and it’s time to put together a plan of action. Some people think car shopping sounds fun. I am not one of these people. Continue reading My Plan of Action – Eric’s Car Buying Adventure Pt 2
As parents, we recognize our duty to teach our children everything from motor skills, social skills and academic success skills. Why is it that we so frequently ignore something that our children will have to deal with every day in their adult life – how to manage finances! Continue reading 3 Important Times to Talk to Your Kids About Money
Can you imagine doing business with an organization for 50 years? That’s exactly how long some of our long-time loyal members have been with Dane County Credit Union! DCCU’s Member Picnic and Annual Meeting was held on June 10 and was a great celebration with over 110 loyal members present. Continue reading Credit Union Membership Has It’s Perks!
There is no greater way to throw a nice, balanced lifestyle off course than with a sudden, unexpected expense. And a LARGE expense at that. Maybe it’s unexpected medical costs, or your furnace dying in the middle of winter. In my current situation, it’s a new vehicle purchase. Continue reading How Did I Get Here? – Eric’s Car Buying Adventure Pt 1
Happy Father’s Day to all the wonderful dads out there! We asked our staff to tell us what is so “Wisconsin” about their dads or what’s the best financial advice they got from their Dad. Continue reading How “Wisconsin” is your Dad?