Although with the recent cold snap it may not seem like it, spring is in the air! And with the season, we all get the primordial urge to clean the house. We promise ourselves to get rid of those clothes from college or the stereo that’s now a piece of furniture or all of those random objects in our closets we haven’t touched in years. But what should you do with all of these things? Your junk could be someone else’s treasure. Read More
Microsoft Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft. For your security we recommend that you follow Microsoft’s recommendations and upgrade to a supported operating system. Read More
Internet security experts at Delta Community say the Credit Union’s member-facing websites are not vulnerable to the recently discovered "Heartbleed" bug. Heartbleed exploits a vulnerability in the Internet security system OpenSSL to gain access to consumers’ personal information. Delta Community Credit Union does not use OpenSSL for any member facing websites. However, it is generally a good idea to update all passwords on a regular basis, especially on sensitive accounts like Online Banking, email and e-commerce accounts. Read More
So your mechanic called and delivered the bad news. The car that got you through high school and college is toast. It had a good run, and the stories it could tell would set your parents’ hair on fire.
The good news is that you have a job, and after assessing your finances, you realize that you can buy either a new or used car to get you to that job on time. And let’s be honest, there’s nothing like buying your 1st ride! Since this will probably be one of the biggest purchases you’ve ever made, don’t jump the gun and run off to the dealership just yet. As with all of life’s major decisions, you need to do your research beforehand to fully understand all the options. We sat down with Steve Benise, president of Car Solutions, our auto buying service with access to multiple dealer inventories. Here are the top takeaways from that conversation on NEW vs. USED car-buying. Read More