Fake or unscrupulous charitable organizations prey upon those who donate money to help people and causes after disasters and catastrophic events. Learn how to avoid charity scams.
Why are so many people moving their savings to credit unions? More and more Americans are realizing that credit unions are the best places to keep their hard-earned savings. Here's why.
Credit unions consistently offer higher savings rates on Money Markets, Savings, and CDs compared to local and national banks. This article explains how this is possible as a financial cooperative.
CD Laddering is taking a strategic approach to diversifying your savings. Structuring the maturity of your CDs (or certificates) you can earn higher returns and ongoing access to your funds.
Jenny Voigt, Senior HR Generalist at Amplify Credit Union, volunteers with Family Eldercare in her free time; at work, she encourages Amplify employees to volunteer and give back to the community.
Federal deposit insurance protects your financial assets on deposit with federally insured banks and credit unions. The FDIC insures banks, and the NCUA insures credit unions.
Giving money to loved ones for birthdays, holidays, and special occasions doesn't have to mean gift cards; it can mean an education fund, an investment in their future, or even a financial safety net.
Terry McCoy, Sr. Training Specialist at Amplify Credit Union, volunteers his time doing credit and personal finance counseling with Foundation Communities.
Having multiple banking relationships with different financial institutions is something many Americans don't consider. Here are some benefits to having accounts with several banks or credit unions.