Posts Tagged ‘credit union’
What Are You Thankful For?
During the holiday season, it’s very easy to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle all around. Whether it’s making sure you have the perfect gift for your favorite aunt or getting all the fixings for the big holiday meal, it’s easy to forget to be thankful for what you already have. This year, we…Read More about What Are You Thankful For?
Disability Insurance: Providing Peace of Mind in Your Time of Need
Your income provides for your family. But what if something were to prevent you from earning that paycheck? What would you do? My father worked hard his entire life to provide for his family. While my mother stayed home with my sister and me, my father would leave before we woke up and was home…Read More about Disability Insurance: Providing Peace of Mind in Your Time of Need
Millennials migrate to credit unions . . . and away from banks!
The housing bubble burst, Lehman Brothers collapsed and the 2007/2008 financial crisis had Americans looking for alternative financial service solutions. Where would they turn? In the years following the 21st century’s largest financial crisis thus far, Americans sought out businesses they could trust, build relationships with and attain a feeling of security. Americans sought out…Read More about Millennials migrate to credit unions . . . and away from banks!
The Greatest Financial Decision I’ve Made? Joining a Credit Union!
When I was young, my parents taught me to make smart choices about money. As a child, I collected coins I found, saved my babysitting money and stretched my birthday money to make sure I got the most out of every dollar. These lessons helped me to make one of the greatest financial decisions I…Read More about The Greatest Financial Decision I’ve Made? Joining a Credit Union!
We Believe in PFP | The Family Security Plan® Take Two!
We believe in PFP | The Family Security Plan® Take Two! At PFP | The Family Security Plan®, we pride ourselves on being a fun, family oriented company. Our people are what make the difference. We asked our team what they believe in. We shared those responses with you in a previous post, We Believe…Read More about We Believe in PFP | The Family Security Plan® Take Two!
Who Owns More Than One Life Insurance Policy?
It is raining outside and your car is parked at the back of the lot, about ¼ of a mile away! You are lucky because you have your rain coat on and your umbrella in your hand. You are prepared. And as you step into the foyer, you hold your umbrella with confidence in your hand and…Read More about Who Owns More Than One Life Insurance Policy?
Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
When you hear the word “insurance” what comes to mind? Protection? Uncertainty? Managing Risk? A payment? These adjectives define insurance in its most basic form but when you think of insurance as something you buy and pay for you are limited. Yes, property, health, auto, life, accident, critical illness, disability, and liability insurance all fall…Read More about Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
Moving UP: The Role of The Family Caregiver
When the calls started coming in that Dad just “wasn’t right” and Mom didn’t know what to do, I knew I had to start making plans for an extended visit to Georgia. Little did I know, it would turn into a permanent move to care for my parents. When I got there a few weeks…Read More about Moving UP: The Role of The Family Caregiver
Why Did I Choose PFP | The Family Security Plan®?
You can only learn so much about a product from a brochure or website and you know that every company has a Marketing Team working hard behind the scenes to position their product or service in the best light possible. How can we, the consumer, really determine whether a product is, or is not, for…Read More about Why Did I Choose PFP | The Family Security Plan®?
First Time Home Buyers: Making A House A Home
Buying your first house is a huge step. You will have to mow your lawn and rake your leaves, replace your oven if it breaks and, most importantly, have a plan for any unexpected expenses. There are many things to consider when buying your first house, and it can be overwhelming. Taking it one step…Read More about First Time Home Buyers: Making A House A Home