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Participate in National Give Something Away Day with These Tips

By: Holly Benedetto
07.15.21
Sometimes we find ourselves no longer in need of the things we keep around the house. Gently used or good condition items can find life in a new home — a much more environmentally friendly solution than ending up in the trash. Before you reach for the online marketplace, consider the value of giving the item away for free. This simple action can create a large positive impact on interpersonal relationships and your surrounding community.
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Ask the Experts: Branch Operations

By: Holly Benedetto
07.08.21
In this series, we take a look at the inner workings of the Credit Union and meet some of the champions who help our members in every facet of their financial lives. This month, we met up with expert Brian Shotwell, whose passion for building relationships with members helps shape the service culture at American Heritage's branches.
Blog Keeping Your Finances Strong in the Military

Keeping Your Finances Strong in the Military and Beyond

By: American Heritage
07.02.21
If you’re a member of the armed forces, the military lifestyle and return to civilian life can come with unique financial needs, and some valuable opportunities. Here are a few tips that can support your financial wellbeing in the military and beyond.
Blog 6 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Loan or CC

6 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Loan or Credit Card

By: American Heritage
06.24.21
The right loan or credit card can give you more financial freedom and open up exciting opportunities – from traveling the world to buying your first car or home. But borrowing money is a big responsibility, and it’s not a decision you should make lightly. Failing to use credit responsibly can damage your credit or lead to serious financial problems.
Blog Fathers Day in Philadelphia

Things to Do for Father’s Day in Philadelphia

By: Holly Benedetto
06.17.21
Dads, grandfathers, uncles, mentors, and all father-figures deserve a day to be honored. For the man who has everything, treat him to an experience, particularly now that concerts, shows, museums, and more are opening their doors once again. In case your Father’s Day plans last year were put on hold from the pandemic, make your bookings now for a safer comeback summer.

 

 

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