While there are many reasons people seek to be more energy efficient, most people do it to save money. If your energy bills increase during the winter, you may want to consider using these five tips to save on energy bills, before winter is here.
My Money is your free Personal Finance Management tool available exclusively inside your First Alliance Credit Union online banking account. It is a robust, feature-packed tool that helps you stay on top of all your financial accounts, budget and goals.
First Alliance Credit Union is thrilled to introduce, My Money, the newest feature available in its robust and easy-to-use Online Banking platform. The new My Money tool is built right into your First Alliance Credit Union Online Banking account; no additional logins needed or complicated enrollment processes to go through.
Is it better to buy a used car or go with a new vehicle? Let’s compare the options of buying a new or used car and give you some good information to make an informed decision.
In March 2019, First Alliance Credit Union announced their plans to build new full service branch off West Circle Drive NW in Rochester. Today, at their ground breaking ceremony the credit union announced more details about the project.
If you’re thinking about saving for retirement, there are a lot of things to consider. There are many retirement accounts to choose from. Retirement accounts sponsored by the workplace aren’t the only way you can save money. You can also do it through individual retirement accounts, also known as IRAs.
At First Alliance Credit Union we are all about helping our members find ways to be financially successful. For most of us that means saving money wherever we can! This is why we are so excited to offer our newest mobile app as one of many special membership benefits! Perk Alert is free and brings local deals and discounts to you when you need them! No coupons to clip. No passwords to remember. Only awesome discounts when and where you need them, so you never miss a perk!
There are many benefits to using your financial institutions' electronic bill pay service, which is often free and available through Online Banking portals. This convenient approach to managing your bills saves you time, as all of your bills appear in one place instead of needing to login to multiple online accounts.
Though phone scams sound old and outdated, they still are common today. Primarily, people who are over fifty years of age are victimized through telephone fraud. Every year people lose money to telephone scams. Scammers act very friendly, and will sweet talk the money out of people any way they can.