Your acceptance letters have arrived, and you’re in – congratulations! Now comes the tough part: making your final college selection. Here are a few tips that might help make the decision a little easier:
Leave the Tour: The campus tours are nice, but step away for a bit and take in the sights yourself. Spend some time on the quad, walk through the halls…get a taste of the school from a student’s perspective.
Ask Fellow High School Alumni: Find people from your high school that chose the college. Find out what Continue reading ‘Tips for Choosing a College’ »
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20 to 25 percent of all Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their returns. At that late date, there are only two things you can do: File your taxes pronto, or request an extension.
They say only two things are certain: death and taxes. Add procrastination to the list. Even though everyone knows the deadline for filing federal individual income tax returns is April 15, many people still wait until the last minute to do anything about it. According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20 to 25 percent of all Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their returns. At that late date, there are only two things you can do: File your taxes pronto, or request an extension… READ MORE
Park Community Members get a discount on Turbo Tax…Check it out HERE
There are literally hundreds of choices to make when it comes to your next phone, and you can blow a circuit trying to shuffle through them. Here are a few things to consider when narrowing down your choice:
Choose Your carrier
This is a very important first step. You want to choose a carrier that gives you great coverage in your area. You want one that will give you Continue reading ‘Which Cell Phone is Right For You?’ »
What if you could deposit a check…just by taking a picture of it? It’s a reality at Park Community Credit Union!
Take a look at the commercial for this amazing service, then find out more at Park and check out our mobile banking!
Herviewfromhome.com has published a list of interesting activities to keep the youngins busy all day long:
1. Make Use of the Snow
Recently, the IRS has alerted us that there are email scams being perpetrated using the organization’s name and logo. They have some specific warnings for those particular scam. Here’s the info:
Suspicious e-Mails and Identity Theft
By: Valerie Morency, Lexington Branch
Most people don’t know that there are quite a few differences between credit unions and banks, many of which can be explained simply. Let’s start by naming a few highlights that separate credit unions from banks—and make them better! For one, a credit union is owned and controlled by its members, not by stockholders who may or may not have accounts. This means the decision-makers have a vested interest in the credit unions. The extra earnings credit unions make are returned to Continue reading ‘The difference between banks and credit unions and how you can become a member TODAY!’ »