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Apps on mobile devices are collecting data day and night. But taking a few little steps can keep your personal data private.
It’s been a year of trials, frustrations, limitations and stress. But the pandemic was also a time for rediscovery and grounding in what really matters. What we’ve learned over the past 18 months, we can carry with us and help shape a more meaningful life all the way around.
When it comes to college selection, location is just as important as the school itself. And while most incoming freshmen attending public four-year colleges and universities enroll within 50 miles of their home, exploring beyond that radius could pay off for students who consider a school in one of these states.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has found mobile app developers are not always straightforward about what their products do. According to the FTC, 59% of apps collect and share information, though only 11% tell users they do and 84% of apps allow in-app purchases, opening people up to unexpected charges.
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.
There’s more than simply rising before dawn to be successful. Here’s what you can do to get more out of your morning. Steps you take as you begin your day (or the night before) can set you up for productive workweek.