How To Tip in Different Situations

Share on facebook Share on twitter Tipping does not only let you show your appreciation to a delivery person or server’s hard work. You’re likely also helping them settle their monthly bill or pay for their tuition fee. However, you might still be unsure when you should tip and how much you should tip in Read More »

Home Sweet Home

We’ll help you get there. Find the right mortgage with the right terms for you at PCCU! Everyone has a different financial situation, and we want to help you find the plan that meets your needs. That’s why we offer a variety of terms and loan options¹, like our 30-year fixed, 20-year fixed, and 15-year fixed mortgages. So Read More »

You’re Invited!

Come to our Member Appreciation Cookout Come by our Member Appreciation Cookout so we can celebrate YOU! Plus, you can enter our special giveaway for the chance to win some chamber bucks! One adult will win $250 chamber bucks and two children will win $25 chamber bucks.† To enter, simply fill out the form below!  September Read More »

Don’t Fall for Tech Support Scams

Share on facebook Share on twitter Have you ever received a call, pop-up, or an e-mail informing you of an issue with your PC? The callers or notifications may claim they are from the government or companies like Microsoft. If you recognize this situation, you are not alone. These notifications can be scary and believable, Read More »

What You Need to Know About Payday Loans

Share on facebook Share on twitter A payday loan, also called a “cash advance” or “check advance” loan, is a type of unsecured personal loan based on how much you earn. These loans charge borrowers with high interest and short-term repayment demands. Due to their extreme high-interest rates, payday loans may be considered predatory lending. Read More »

Three Reasons Why Your Car Insurance Is So Expensive

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Did you know the average American pays $1,674 a year or about $140 a month on auto insurance?* Like it or not, it’s a necessity if you own a car however it doesn’t have to be so expensive. Want to try and get a better rate? Here are three Read More »

How To Make the Most Out of Your Child Tax Credit Payments

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Share on facebook Share on twitter The Child Tax Credit (CTC) of 2021 is set to be a game-changer for low-income families with children, and The Biden Administration estimates that these new improvements could go as far as cutting child poverty in half, bringing direct payments to nearly 40 million Americans. Starting July 15th, the Read More »

July 31st is National Mutt Day

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Did you know July 31st is “National Mutt Day?” There’s no doubt if you have a family pet you probably celebrate them every day, but sometimes those vet bills and other expenses can creep up pretty fast. We’ve compiled a few ways you can save without sacrificing giving your Read More »

Create Lasting Memories This Summer

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Wouldn’t you rather spend your money on making lasting memories with friends and family this summer? If you’re on a tight budget but still want to enjoy all that summer has to offer, here are three ways you can save. Save up to $300 by packing your lunch. Making your Read More »