If you’re a Katy Perry fan (or know someone that is), you may want to head over to Park Community Credit Union’s Facebook Page and check out their latest contest, “6 Seconds to Katy.”
We want to see your best “Katy imitation”! Use the Vine app on your phone to make a Continue reading ‘Park Community Hosts Contest For Katy Perry Tickets’ »
The Credit Builder loan was designed to help our members establish credit. Borrow up to $1,500 for up to 12 months. Loan proceeds will be deposited into your account for 12 months to build your credit. After those 12 months, you will have access to the money and an improved credit rating. Another option to help you build your credit is our Fresh Start Loan. It’s structured differently and has different requirements, such as being in your current job a minimum of 2 years.
Contact us today for more information at 502/968.3681 or 800/626.2870
You’ve just received your diploma, and now it’s time to swim with the sharks in the real world. Finishing four years of college was probably easier than finding your first job will be, but we have a few questions you can ask yourself which will put you ahead of the rest of the pack.
Many 2014 college graduates are basking in the glory of wrapping up their bachelors or masters degrees this month. However, they
now face adult financial responsibilities, ranging from landing that first job to preparing to start paying off their student loans.
Graduates need to realize how much their credit history can impact their future. As more hiring departments take personal finances into consideration, recent college graduates need to make sure their credit and debts are in order. Continue reading ‘Ten Personal Finance Tips for New College Grads Looking for Work’ »
Getting your first checking account? Not familiar with how a checking account works? Here is a quick rundown of the four types ofchecks:
Most of the checks that you will use will be personal checks. However, there are times when a personal check may not be accepted. It is important to ask businesses what types of checks that they accept. Options include: Continue reading ‘Checking Account 101’ »
We know that homeowners insurance protects the homeowner from loss and liability, but what protects a home renter?
If you’re a first-time renter (especially if you’re moving into a college dorm), or have rented for a long time, there are many reasons you should consider Renters Insurance. Here are the top four: Continue reading ‘Do You Need Renter’s Insurance?’ »
Moving is always a huge event. For most, it’s something they do not look forward to. No matter how well you plan, somethingalways pops up that makes a seemingly smooth moving experience a terrifying event.
We’ve found a few tips that just might make a move a little easier:
- Take an overnight bag. When you arrive at your new home, you probably won’t be in the mood to unpack.
- Pack the items you’ll need first in a clear container. You’ll need to find toiletries, phone chargers, eating utensils, etc., fairly quickly.
- Wrap breakables in Continue reading ‘Tips to Make Your Move Easy (or easier!)’ »
If you use a smartphone, you have a great opportunity to improve your daily productivity. There are apps that can make life easier for you, and most of them are free or very low cost! Here are a few of them: Continue reading ‘Smartphone Apps to Improve Productivity’ »
Once again, we are proud to announce that Park Community was voted a Best Place to Work in Kentucky!
Last year, we were #10, and this year, we moved up to #6!
Take a look at the new rankings HERE.
Park Community is a wonderful place to work, and our employees are an amazing family! Would you like to know more about careers at Park? Check them out HERE