The magazine of American Airlines Federal Credit Union
Choosing the right time of year to purchase big-ticket items can save you money. Here’s where and how to fund your next big purchase.
In South Florida, innovative personal service is not just a Credit Union mission, it’s a personal commitment.
As mobile banking and self-service options continue to grow in popularity, American Airlines Federal Credit Union is continually improving its digital footprint with new, convenient services for its members.
Parents often remind their children that money doesn’t grow on trees. But there’s more to the lesson.
As a Financial Wellness manager, Jamie Fatheree is focused on improving members’ financial standing no matter where those members are on their respective journey.
With price changes, home inventory and interest rate adjustments, navigating the current state of the housing market can be unnerving. But purchasing a new home is doable.
Six habits for successfully reducing your monthly expenditures.
The current market has opened additional demand for Home Equity Lines of Credit, or HELOCs. These loans give homeowners access to the additional equity in their homes and can be used for remodeling or renovations, meeting current financial demands or funding other endeavors.
One of the things I love about the beginning of a new year is the idea of endless opportunities. We’re continuing to make improvements to better serve you while helping you plan for whatever comes tomorrow.
Despite many households tightening their belts during the COVID-19 pandemic, America’s largest financial providers report that debit and credit card spending levels are up over pre-pandemic levels — to the tune of nearly 20%.
Developing good spending habits while off at school is an important life lesson
There are steps you can take to upgrade or renovate your current home and make it more modern, functional or comfortable — or all three. By adjusting areas that need the most attention, you can give your home a renewed feel without having to relocate smack in the middle of a housing boom.