The magazine of American Airlines Federal Credit Union
With taxes due April 18 this year, Americans have a few extra days to prepare. But don't procrastinate — there are several files to gather and information to keep in mind as you plan to file.
Building and maintaining good credit will help you set a healthy financial foundation.
There are steps you can take now to best transfer wealth to your family and generations to come.
Most consumers consider debit cards and credit cards to be the same. But they’re different.
Don’t make things easy for hackers to compromise your accounts.
Annual enrollment for benefits comes every year. And every year, we fumble through options in real-time without preparation. This year, log into your benefits with a list of actions that will help create a strong approach to health, finances and programs. Do the prep work and get the most out of what your company has to offer.
New partnership between the Credit Union and Cadet Academy allows access to the flight deck for future pilots
If you’ve ever purchased a new or used vehicle, you’ve most likely been offered an extended warranty. The inevitable question follows: Is it worth it?
Goods and services improve life — fast food delivery, groceries pick-up. But those services come at a cost. Pay attention to the costs associated with the good life. They add up.
Consumers love being connected while enjoying seamless integration. Smart homes have led to smart neighborhoods — and it’s even extending beyond those borders.
Your credit score — a three-digit number between 300 and 850, with 650+ generally considered good — offers landlords and lenders a snapshot of your overall credit history and financial health.
That’s when little technological time-savers become invaluable. While everyone at the Credit Union loves interacting with our members, we also recognize you don’t always have time to swing by your nearest branch or deposit-taking ATM whenever you need to deposit a check.