6 ways to save money in 2017

6 ways to save money in 2017

Have you made a New Year’s resolution to start saving? Here’s some advice to help you achieve savings success in 2017. Read more ›

Posted in: Personal Finance, Saving Money

How to Get out of Debt in the New Year

How to Get out of Debt in the New Year

A brand new year often inspires positive life changes such as breaking free of debt. If collections calls have been interrupting your dinner or you’re just stressed out from heavy-duty debt, here’s how to eliminate the burden. Read more ›

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Top tips for buying and selling a house in 2017

There’s no time like a new year for a new home. As excited as you might be about your fresh start, don’t rush into any big decisions without knowing what works best in 2017’s housing and mortgage market. If you’re buying or selling a house, refresh your know-how so you can make a smart deal. Read more ›

Posted in: Mortgages & Home Buying

How to manage your debt with a credit card balance transfer

How to manage your debt with a credit card balance transfer

With gifts to buy for family and friends, and holiday meals and social events to host and shop for—all in addition to the regular bills you need to pay—the end of the year can put a lot of stress on your budget, bills, and finances. If you’re struggling with debt after the holiday season, it may be time to consider a credit card balance transfer. Read more ›

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PenFed Changes Lives of Disabled Veterans

PenFed Changes Lives of Disabled Veterans

TYSONS, Va., Jan. 3, 2017—PenFed Credit Union will change the lives of more disabled veterans by donating $30,000 to Segs4Vets to build custom-designed ALLY Chair adapted Segways for combat veterans wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq. Read more ›

Posted in: 2017, News Releases