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    Shred Days in the Community 2017

    By Delta Community

    Now that tax season is behind you, you might be looking for a way to safely and securely discard sensitive papers such as bank statements, medical history papers and pay stubs. If a document contains your signature, Social Security number, account number or medical or legal information, it should be shredded when you no longer need it. While Delta Community no longer hosts Shred Day events, we've collected a list of upcoming local shred events to help meet your needs. Read More

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    Investing in Your Child's Education

    By Delta Community

    The federal tax filing deadline has arrived which means it’s refund time! Being that April is also Youth Month, we wanted to focus on ways your refund can benefit your child’s future.  Read More

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    Tools for Tax Season

    By Delta Community

    With the federal tax filing deadline for 2016 tax returns quickly approaching, we want to remind Delta Community members that they have quick and easy access to digital tools and resources that could help make the tax process a little smoother. Read More

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    Time Is on Your Side – The Magic of Compound Interest

    By Delta Community

    Delta Community and other credit unions around the country are offering free financial advice for children and teenagers during April, National Youth Savings Month. While young people are usually unconcerned about how they will fund their future, they are in the best position to capitalize on two important elements which can turn even small savings accounts into virtual money-making machines. Those two magic ingredients are time, which young people have in abundance, and compounding interest. Read More

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    24-Hour Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Replaces Audioline

    By Delta Community

    With the recently enhanced Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone access line, Delta Community will officially retire our Audioline system beginning April 25, 2017. After this time, all telephone account access will be available at 800-544-3328. Using the newly updated IVR, you can conveniently and securely manage your accounts via phone 24/7, including reviewing account and loan balances, transferring funds, reviewing transaction details and much more. Read More

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    Financial Planning for College Freshmen

    By Delta Community

    With the costs of higher education continuing to rise, it is more important than ever for students and their families to develop a strategy to pay for tuition, housing, meals, books and more. While the fall semester may seem like a long way off, now is the time to develop a payment plan. Read More

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    Tax Documents are Ready to Download

    By Delta Community

    Members enrolled in Online Statements may now access their 2016 tax documents in Online Banking. You can view and download your statements or print hard copies should you need them.  Read More

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    What's New for Tax Season 2017

    By Delta Community

    For American taxpayers, the new year brings some new rules for filing tax returns. For those who desire a smooth, efficient tax season, organizing bank statements, pay stubs and receipts is half the battle – the other half is knowing about the changes in 2017. Read More

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    Resolve to Budget in the New Year

    By Delta Community

    The new year is a wonderful time to re-evaluate your life goals and determine how they may be achieved. Not only is taking control of your money often easier than you think, but you might be surprised what you learn in the process. In honor of 2017, here are our top ten tips for creating a budget. Read More

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    Holiday Shopping and Saving

    By Delta Community

    The holidays can be a magical time; but they may also be stressful for those trying to stretch their budget to cover the costs of everything from holiday meals to decorations. A recent consumer survey by Georgia Credit Union Affiliates (GCUA) found nearly 50 percent of respondents spend between $300 and $1,000 on holiday expenses, and an additional 15 percent of respondents said they spend more than $1,000! Read More

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