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Maybe Tax Time Is Your Time to Start Saving

Maybe Tax Time Is Your Time to Start Saving

Tax season brings a mixed bag of emotions depending on your level of financial fitness. Take heart. Tax time could be your time to get better control of your finances. Here are a couple ideas to get you started. [read more]

Category: Missionary Minded

Using the Right Financial Services Makes Ministry Banking Easier and More Efficient

Using the Right Financial Services Makes Ministry Banking Easier and More Efficient

One advantage of banking with a financial institution that understands what you do is that they design financial services with your operating practices in mind. A key to making the most of these services is to use the right ones for the right things [read more]

Category: Ministry Matters

Are You Ready for Tax Season?

Are You Ready for Tax Season?

Despite the challenges of crunching your financial numbers, one nice thing about numbers is that they’re black and white. That means if you have the right information, you can come up with the answers you need. [read more]

Category: Common Cents

Common Sense Savings Skills

Setting your kids up with a youth bank account is a common sense first step. This will not only help them understand the banking process, but it introduces them to spending and savings tools that give them (and you) more control over their finances. [read more]

Category: Common Cents

Your Credit Cards Can Be Effective Cash-Management Tools

It’s natural to view credit cards simply as a means of spending money. You use them to buy things and pay bills, right? But when ECCU ministry members wisely manage the business credit cards given to their staff members, they can actually save time and money. [read more]

Category: Ministry Matters

Not all Credit Cards Are Created Equal

While the Bible doesn’t expressly prohibit the use of credit, it’s very clear on one point. If you choose to use credit, do so wisely. These days, that wisdom includes much more than prudent practices like paying off your card’s balance each month. [read more]

Category: Missionary Minded