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6 Car Buying Tips To Achieve The Best Deal

So you’re in the market for a new or used car. You want to be excited about getting new wheels but you’re losing sleep worrying about whether or not you’re getting the best deal, and the fees and taxes that will be added to your final...

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Mortgage Cheat Sheet

Buying your first home can be overwhelming. It’s hard to commit to making the largest purchase of your lifetime to date. Add to that the potential pitfalls that can trap the unprepared buyer, leading to a lengthy process. PFFCU understands this stress. Buying your first home...

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Debit & Credit Card Security

The financial security of PFFCU members’ is our highest priority. We are proud of the fact that PFFCU card data has never been compromised, and we take exhaustive measures to ensure debit & credit card security. This is not to say that merchants and payment systems...

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5 Tips on Maintaining Your Checking Account

As long as you’re careful about managing your checking account properly, you’ll have more peace of mind financially and you’ll also never be left in the dark if and when something goes wrong. When your finances aren’t organized and in-check, you can easily become unsettled over...

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Should You Join a Credit Union?

Joining a credit union could end up being one of the best decisions you’ll ever make in your life. Considering the unparalleled, personalized support and advantages over big banks, credit unions will certainly help you thrive financially. Here are 5 of the many reasons why you...

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10 Tips for First-time Mortgage Buyers

Buying your first home is an exciting experience; however, if you’re not familiar with the ins and outs of mortgages, it can be nerve-wracking, too. Before you go on the hunt for the perfect home, though, soak-in as much information about the process as possible so...

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