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Move Into Home Buying Season

If 2019 is the year you’re planning on buying a new home, there are a steps you can take to make sure you’re the most successful buyer you can be in a seller’s market.

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3 Ways to Use a Refinance

3 Ways to Use a Refinance

Here are three ways we have seen members utilize our cash-out refinance option.

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 Buying a Home: Where Do I Start?

Buying a Home: Where Do I Start?

Before you even begin making plans or seeking out a mortgage, here are a few places to start your discussion—whether that discussion is with your partner, your family, your financial advisor or even just yourself.

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Breaking the Debt Spiral

Breaking the Debt Spiral

The Debt Spiral is different for everyone, but the escape plan can be largely similar at its core.

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College 101: Intro to Planning

College 101: Intro to Planning

We want to put the joy back into college planning—without adding any more expenses. Our College and Career planning services are meant to do just that.

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2018 Year in Review

Our 2018 in Review

You made 2018 our best year yet. And here are just a few of the moments you helped us create.

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Playoff Party Budget Tips

Playoff Party Budget Tips

Don't miss these budget-friendly ideas for cheering on our Chiefs in the playoffs.

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5 Things You May Not Know About CommunityAmerica

5 Things You May Not Know About CommunityAmerica

Whether you’re someone who just has one account with us, or you come into the branch every day for your cookie and coffee, there may be some things about us that could still surprise you.

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5 Ways to Use the Holiday Loan

5 Ways to Use the Holiday Loan

Our Holiday Loan is a good alternative to credit card shopping, because of its lower interest rate. Plus, there’s more than one way it can make your spirit brighter.

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5 Ways I Changed my Financial Wellbeing in 2018

5 Ways I Changed my Financial Wellbeing in 2018

For me, 2018 was a year of big changes, and one of the best ones was taking key intentional steps towards financial peace of mind.

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