Seven Ways College Students Waste Money

Going to college is expensive, no doubt about it. Between textbooks, tuition, housing, utilities, and maintaining a social life, managing your money can be challenging. So, here are a few habits to avoid if you want to save more of your money.

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We’re Hiring! Part time teller



Join our family! Madison County Federal Credit Union is currently seeking a part time teller.

The successful candidate will have a winning attitude along with a willingness to serve our members in a friendly, professional manner.

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Couples, Sync Your Retirement Plans

Retirement age couple looking at computerOne way to ensure a happy marriage well into your retirement years is to create a retirement plan with your partner that will satisfy both of you. According to the 2018 Fidelity survey, 43% of respondents say they and their partners disagree about the age at which they’ll stop working and 54% disagree on how much should be saved. Economic conditions—layoffs, home-equity changes, and pension freezes—make synchronizing retirement planning even more important. Here are questions to ask:

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Financial Safeguards for Single Parents

Single parents face the same financial challenges that two-parent families do, but they typically have less time and money to work with. Though the thought of making ends meet and achieving financial goals on one income may be daunting, you can take steps to improve your chances of success. Start by getting your finances on solid footing as soon as you know you’ll become a single parent. That includes

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membership eligibility…

Membership in Madison County Federal Credit Union is now easier than ever! If you live, work, attend school, worship, or volunteer in Madison County you meet our new eligibility requirements. Our new, less restrictive Field of Membership allows us to offer the benefits of credit union membership to all of our friends and neighbors in Madison County

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