- By p1fcu
- Posted on October 5, 2017
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Welcome to Making $ense of Your Money – a financial blog dedicated to you! If you’re already a member with P1FCU, we’re glad you’re here! If you’re not yet part of the P1FCU family, we’re happy to invite you to open an account here. As a member, you’ll enjoy plenty of benefits: higher dividends, lower rates, a wide array of products and services, and a sense of community that you just can’t find anywhere else.
We’re looking forward to the opportunity to provide some tips and tricks for your finances, and enhance your knowledge about the wide world of credit unions. We’d love to hear some feedback along the way, so be sure to make good use of our comments bar below!
Feel free to explore the Education tab for additional resources – we have some great financial calculators and a link to GreenPath, our partner in financial wellness and money management. We try to provide our members with the best tools to make smart financial decisions, and hope to offer products and services that make financial sense in members’ lives. You can also check out our Community Commitment Blog under the Community tab if you’re looking to see all the ways P1FCU gets involved in the communities we serve. With membership in 13 counties through Idaho and Washington, we’re proud to donate our time and help fund events to keep communities thriving.
Take a look around and be sure to check back in a couple weeks, when we hit the ground running with our first topic – Cyber Security Best Practices! Along with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is also National Cyber Security Awareness Month. In conjunction with our Facebook page, we're excited to provide some tips to make sure you're doing your part to keep your information secure. If you have topic ideas you’d like to see covered, please let us know and we will be sure to add it to our ongoing list. We’ll be bringing in guest authors from various departments so that you can gain some knowledge about lots of areas; from mortgage to business to lending, and everything in between.