SESLOC introduced the Save to Win certificate last November to give members a fun, unique way to develop a habit of savings. With an initial deposit as low as $25 for a year-long term, members get entered for a chance to win monthly and quarterly cash prizes every time they increase their balance by $25… Read more »
Download Grow Your Savings, a fun activity book filled with coloring pages, puzzles, and more! Financial education is important, and it’s never too early to start. Grow Your Savings is a spring themed introduction to the magic of interest. Check out more fun online tools to teach kids about money.
Starting a new chapter in your life as an independent adult? One of the most important lessons you can learn is about financial wellness. Give your future self the gift of security by hitting these five financial health goals in your 20’s: 1. Start a Budget A budget is essential for taking control of your… Read more »
On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. This $2 trillion emergency relief package is intended to assist individuals and businesses during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and accompanying economic crisis. Major relief provisions are summarized here. Unemployment Provisions The legislation provides for: An additional $600… Read more »
Save time receiving payments online with Wires and ACH Services (Automatic Clearing House). To get started, you will need to provide SESLOC’s routing number and your account’s MICR Number. Please note that SESLOC does not have a SWIFT code and cannot directly receive international wires from foreign sources. Incoming international wires will need to be… Read more »
Experiencing a loss in income is an extremely stressful event that will leave you feeling lost and worried about the future. But you don’t have to do it alone — there are tools and resources available to make your situation manageable as you get back on track. If you have loans at SESLOC, see what… Read more »
Identity theft is the illegal use of another’s personal data, such as name, birth date and Social Security number. A casually discarded receipt, a personal document or checkbook kept in a desk drawer, mail theft, and dumpster diving are all very real threats. With enough information, a fraudster may open accounts in your name, obtain credit… Read more »
Download SMART Goals & Saving, a fun activity book filled with coloring pages, puzzles, and more! Financial education is important, and it’s never too early to start. SMART Goals & Saving is an futuristic themed introduction to making goals that work. Check out more fun online tools to teach kids about money.
Edited April 7, 2020 We care about our members, businesses and the communities we serve. That’s why we’re here to help. We have options for payment deferrals and access to Federal Government Disaster Assistance Programs for small businesses. We will all get through this together! Note, we too are impacted by the shelter-at-home warning and are working with fewer team… Read more »
SESLOC provides several methods to reduce the risk of fraud. Here are some additional steps you can take to keep from becoming a victim: Review credit reports annually — Errors may indicate that someone else is using your identity. Learn how to get started. Receive statements and bills electronically — Mailed documents can put you at… Read more »