Financial Fundamentals Blog

Tips to get the most out of Black Friday

  • Francesca Sacco
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the biggest shopping days of the year. Don’t wait until you’ve cleared away Thanksgiving dinner to start thinking about this year’s shopping strategy. The earlier you plan your attack, the better your odds for scoring great deals! We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you save time and money this year. Happy shopping!

Thanksgiving Tips to Help you Save

  • Francesca Sacco
Are you cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year? Hosting the biggest meal of the year can be stressful and costly. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips and tricks to help you save money and time!

7 17 Credit Union Scholarship Applications Now Available!

  • Francesca Sacco
Are you a high school senior or college student looking to defray the costs of higher education or trade school? 7 17 Credit Union is committed to helping students succeed! That’s why we offer 12 $1,500 scholarships for post-secondary education at accredited schools and universities! Applications are now available.

Money myths and how they can cost you

  • Francesca Sacco
Everyone learns about money differently. Some people take classes, others rely on advice from family and friends and even more people learn from personal experiences. But following poor advice can end up costing you money and have negative implications on your credit score. Before you follow a misconception about money, check our list of debunked money myths.

Tips for Relief from Financial Stress

  • Francesca Sacco
78% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Watching your bank account dwindle while the bills pile up can take a hefty toll on all aspects of your life. Before you let financial stress consume you, check out these tips for relief.

Tips to Prepare your Budget for the Holiday Season

  • Francesca Sacco
The holidays are right around the corner, and for some, that means added stress about finances. With less than 90 days until Christmas, there’s still time to start planning so you can worry less and focus on what really matters.

7 17 Credit Union now offers Members Medicare Plan Options

  • Francesca Sacco
7 17 Credit Union has partnered with TLC Insurance Group to offer Medicare plan options to members.Whether you’re new to Medicare, getting ready to turn 65, preparing to retire or preparing for your annual Medicare enrollment review, 7 17 is here to help you navigate this complex process to select the plan that best suits your needs.

How to Beat your College Bookstore and Save Money on Textbooks

  • Francesca Sacco
School is back in session, and with it comes a myriad of costs. If you’re heading off to college for your first or last semester, don’t be afraid to look for ways to save. One way to cut costs is to eliminate visiting your college bookstore for textbooks. Don’t be afraid to look for deals or to get creative! Here are some tips to help.

7 17 Credit Union Offers Plenty of Ways to Save

  • Francesca Sacco
Are you looking to change your financial institution? Maybe you want to get more out of your deposits? Maybe you’re unhappy with the level of customer service you receive or just tired of paying fees? Whatever your reason, be sure to check out 7 17 Credit Union.

As a credit union, 7 17 is a not-for-profit institution whose focus is to return profits to our members as higher dividends on savings, lower rates on loans and lower or no fees, compared to traditional banks. Check us out to learn more about different ways to save.
 

Save on Back-to-School Shopping with these Tips

  • Francesca Sacco
August is here, which means the start of school is right around the corner! Start planning your back-to-school shopping now to avoid unnecessary stress and spending.

How Waking Up Early can Save (and Earn!) you Money

  • Francesca Sacco
What if ditching the snooze button in the morning could save you money? While getting up early can be difficult, it turns out there may be a correlation between success, money and your alarm clock.

Easy Tips to help you Save on Energy Expenses

  • Francesca Sacco
Are you looking to save money? Why not start at home? The average Ohio family will spend an average of $1,300 on residential energy costs each year with a portion of the cost being wasted.

With some inexpensive changes, you may be able to save on your energy expenses.