The combination of mobile payments and innovative new mobile devices may soon allow millions of credit union members to literally wear their CUs.
Women are the dominant decision-makers in the car-buying process, yet auto makers still aren’t doing enough to cater to their needs, a new study finds.
New technology has given anyone with a smartphone the ability to manage their banking needs anywhere, anytime. Here are five smart reasons to take advantage of Peach State’s mobile banking options.
More and more credit union members are embracing the “anywhere, anytime” convenience of mobile banking. But many are worried about the security of their data. Here are a few tips for safe banking while on the go.
A lot of people think they can’t live without their digital devices. But this Thanksgiving many are planning to turn off their smartphones, notepads, laptops, desktops, tablets and phablets in order to have a more traditional Thanksgiving.
Over the past few years, high deductible health plans (HDHPs) have been offered by employers at an increasing rate. You may have even signed up for one yourself, attracted by the low monthly premium. But no matter whether you have been signed up for a high deductible plan for years or you are just considering one, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of this healthcare coverage option.
Today, October 16, 2014, credit unions around the world celebrate International Credit Union (ICU) Day®. That’s 200+ million people … from 56,000 credit unions … in 101 countries joining together to celebrate their cooperative spirit.
Younger workers often get a bad rap these days. The cliché is that Millennials lack loyalty to employers, demand too much and are in constant need of praise. However, some new research suggests that these characterizations are misguided, or at least incomplete.
With winter weather coming fast, it’s a good time for homeowners to service their home heating systems. Doing so can save money on fuel, and might even prevent a fire.
Far too many people do far too little to secure their data, a new study finds. With identity theft on the rise, it’s time to get (more) serious about your cyber.