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6 Topics to Discuss Before Your New Grad Moves Back In

By: American Heritage
05.19.22
Many young adults are moving back in with parents after graduating. This is mostly for economic reasons; low entry-level salaries and high student loans can make moving back home a necessity while recent graduates gain their financial footing. And thanks to the pandemic and shortage of affordable housing, there are more fledgling adults living with parents than ever.
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6 Ideas for Productive Financial Spring Cleaning

By: Holly Benedetto
03.18.21
Spring cleaning is about more than just opening the windows and letting the fresh air in! Use the inspiration a new spring brings and dust the cobwebs from an area that may not get as much tidying as others – your finances.
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Reduce Tax-Season Stress with a Little Preparation

By: American Heritage
02.26.21
If you’re new to filing taxes, the process can feel a little overwhelming. It may seem like there are too many details to remember and tons of jargon to decipher. But here’s the truth: If you take some time now to learn about the filing process, understand what information you will need, and have a clear plan for completing your tax returns well in advance of the April 15 deadline, it’s not so bad. You may even get to enjoy a nice refund.
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What to Consider Before Buying Your First RV, Boat, ATV, or Motorcycle

By: American Heritage
09.16.21
Nothing beats spending time in the great outdoors, but having the right equipment on hand can make each outing more fun and exciting. If you’re thinking of buying your first outdoor toy – whether it’s a boat, motorcycle, ATV, or RV – congratulations! It’s a big step toward helping you and your loved ones have fun away from the TV.

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May
25
2022

Budgeting Tips for Giving Gifts

Spending money on loved ones for birthdays and holidays can quickly and easily get out of hand. This workshop will teach participants how to plan ahead and build an appropriate budget in order to avoid unnecessary stress and more fully enjoy the festivities.

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American Heritage Credit Union Sponsors Presidents Day Weekend at the Museum of the American Revolution

By: American Heritage02.14.22
During Presidents Day Weekend from Saturday, February 19 – Monday, February 21, 2022, explore the life, leadership, and legacy of our nation’s first president, George Washington, and the diverse range of people with whom he interacted. Through a hands-on camp set-up demonstration, discovery carts, pop-up talks, a create-your-own inaugural button craft, and more, learn about Washington’s world and discover the lesser-known stories of those who made it possible.
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American Heritage Credit Union is Now Accepting Applications for Annual Cecilia B. Grady Scholarship Program

By: American Heritage02.01.22
American Heritage Credit Union is once again awarding 30 high school seniors a $1,000 scholarship to ease the financial burden of higher education expenses. American Heritage Credit Union’s Scholarship Committee will select the 2022 scholarship recipients based on their scholarly merits, community and school involvement, a letter of recommendation, and a submitted essay describing how applicants view diversity, equity, and inclusion and its importance in the workplace and our communities.