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How to Manage Your Student Loan Debt7/29/2019

So you’ve just endured two, four, six…maybe eight years of college education, graduated and received your diploma. Congratulations! This is a huge accomplishment and should be celebrated properly! If you’re like most college graduates, however, you now have a pile of debt from student loans, unless of course you received a scholarship and/or grant money to pay for your education, in which case – good for you, smarty pants.  But for most graduates, financial aid is used for higher education. A large percentage of college graduates owe an average of more than $37,000 for the four years (or longer) they put in earning a degree*. Let’s take a look at how you can manage student loan debt efficiently after college:

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Keepin' It Cool This Summer
Authored By: U1CU on 6/13/2019

When the temperature gets high in the summer, utility bills tend to as well. It can be difficult keeping your house cool, even with the AC running all day. No need to sweat (pun intended), we’ve done some research and compiled a list of tips and tricks to help keep utility bills down, all while maximizing your savings! 

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A Beginner's Guide to U1 Mobile Banking
Authored By: U1CU on 4/12/2019

Make way for Mobile Banking! With the development of smartphones, users are now able to download mobile banking apps to control their finances from the palm of their hand. We understand Mobile Banking may not be a preferred way to bank for some, but for those who are interested or new to U1 Mobile Banking, this quick beginner's guide will lay out all the know-hows the app has to offer.

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