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Your 2021 Financial Checklist

Your 2021 Financial Wellness Action Plan

If your New Year’s resolution is to renew your focus on financial wellness, this 7-step financial action plan will give you the tools you need to succeed. The best part? It’s easy! 1. Check Your Credit Report Credit report errors are more common than you might think, and errors negatively impact your credit score. A… Read more »

Budgeting Tool

Tackling Your Finances? Try Our Budgeting Tools

Having a budget sets the foundation for financial wellness. After all, you need to know where your money is going in order to make a plan to save more or to pay down debt faster. SESLOC makes it easy with a variety of tools to get started.  Starting a budget as a couple? Check out… Read more »

From Your CEO — Winter 2020

Happy New Year! Can you believe we just entered into a new decade? As I reflect on the past 10 years, it has been filled with many changes in the credit union industry. All banks and credit unions were recovering from The Great Recession in the early years of the last decade as well as… Read more »

Kick Off The Year With This 7-Step Financial Action Plan

How do you see yourself in 2020? If your vision is of a more financially savvy you, then read on. This 7-step financial action plan will give you the tools to make this year — and decade — about your financial wellness. The best part? It’s easy! 1. Download Your Annual Free Credit Report Credit… Read more »

Budgeting for Couples

Combining Finances? Read This Guide on Budgeting for Couples

Disagreements about money and stress over financial concerns is a major — and common — problem in relationships. In fact, it’s often cited as the leading cause of divorce. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Making your shared finances a priority helps build a solid foundation. Check out these tips for talking about… Read more »

Employee Financial Advice

What Financial Advice Would You Give Your 18-Year-Old-Self?

If you could hop in a time machine to give your 18-year-old-self a financial tip that you wished you knew back then, what would it be? We asked our employees to weigh in. And while some joked that they shouldn’t have bought so many horses or lamented not investing in certain companies that rhyme with grapple, what… Read more »

From Your CEO — Fall 2019

I’d like to start by saying thank you for your generous support throughout August to help raise funds for Jack’s Helping Hand, a local nonprofit that offers programs for special needs children and their families. Over the last five years, you’ve contributed over $35,000 to help build the Jack Ready Imagination Park, a universally accessible… Read more »