With home values on the rise, the equity you have in your home may be worth more than you realize. Use that equity to fund home improvement projects or a major purchase, consolidate debt, or simply as a safety net for unexpected expenses.
With an increased interest in outdoor recreational activities, more people will be vacationing on and near the water this summer. Before heading out, review these safety tips and reduce the risk of injury.
Not sure of the difference between a tax deduction and a tax credit? You’re not alone! Let’s take a look at some of the most common credits and deductions for you to consider when doing your taxes this year.
The Stimulus Payments were a saving grace for many Americans this past year. The deadline for filing taxes has been extended this year by the IRS but that date is quickly approaching. If you’re wondering how those stimulus payments will impact your taxes, read on!
Eric Acree, President & CEO of Vantage Credit Union, shares his reflections on 2020—in a year of uncertainty, we came together to support one another. We look forward to the continued success of Vantage.
It’s the perfect time for spring cleaning but before you toss that old paperwork into the garbage, you might want to read this first! We’ve put together some of the most frequently asked questions related to identity theft and the necessity of shredding personal paperwork.
It’s now easier than ever to schedule an in-person appointment at Vantage Credit Union branches. Our trusted and qualified representatives are here to support your financial goals and we’ve enhanced our scheduling system so you can choose a time that works for you!
Unfortunately, fraud can catch the best of us off guard sometimes, which is why it’s important to remain proactive. Based on recent trends we’ve seen, here are some tips to help you avoid falling prey to the schemes of scammers.
Your financial and personal well-being are important to us. A message from our President & CEO, as well as updates to our COVID-19 response.
Life is full of the unexpected, and it could be hard to find flexibility or creative solutions with your finances. Before you answer life’s surprise expenses with your credit card, you may want to consider using the equity in your home to unlock your financial flexibility.