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  • Are You Making These Four Common Mistakes When Filing Taxes? (January 1, 2018)

    While the IRS says that anyone with knowledge of high school mathematics (and an afternoon to kill) can do their own taxes, the hurdles to filling out a tax form are many. Let’s take a look at some of the most common pitfalls that people make while preparing their own tax returns and how you can avoid falling in to them.

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  • Entertainment Book (November 13, 2017)

    Equitable FCU is always looking for ways to save our members money. Now YOU can save money on everyday purchases while helping us raise money for a great cause! We are selling 2018 Entertainment Books to raise money for local organizations. Stop by our office to get an Entertainment Book today at a discount and help a great cause! 


  • American Income Life (November 8, 2017)

    We are proud to announce that all members of Equitable Federal Credit Union now have new benefits at NO COST TO YOU. These benefits are jointly sponsored with American Income Life Insurance Company, a company servicing working families for more than 60 years.


  • Things You Should Know About Dealer Auto Financing (November 8, 2017)

    So, you’re buying a car.  You’ve made it past the tedious comparison shopping, you’ve finished the detail-oriented research and you’ve even endured the haggling with the salesperson.


  • Ten Things You Can Do To Improve Your Credit Score (November 1, 2017)

    Did you know that only 10 percent of Americans know their credit score?

    Those are the findings of a survey commissioned by TrueCredit.com, a web subsidiary of the credit bureau, TransUnion. “It is shocking how little Americans know about their credit,” said John Danaher, president of TrueCredit.com. “Good credit is a cornerstone of your financial profile, enabling you to finance major purchases, such as a home, education, or car.” Then, he added…


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