Message From the CEO: Local at Heart

A lot’s been happening here at Mid Oregon. When I look back at the past few months, one word comes to mind again and again: Local. Local at Heart: Day of Community Service For example, our team devoted the Columbus Day federal holiday to a special purpose. We spent...

Yes—we have a loan for that!

Whether you’re ready to spruce up your home for the holidays or upgrade your vehicle for winter driving, we’re here to help! Yes, we have a loan for that! A Loan On Your List? As the seasons change from fall to winter, it seems there’s suddenly so much to do—it can be...

Mid Oregon Credit Union members can get $200 from Sprint

Members Can Get $200 From Sprint Mid Oregon Credit Union members, you can get a cool $200 cash when you switch to Sprint! You get $100 per line on up to two lines when you switch to Sprint. Plus, you'll get lines 3, 4 and 5 FREE! That means savings of more than $600...

Eight Tips for Safe Holiday Shopping

It's the season for shopping, decorating and entertaining. Mid Oregon Credit Union reminds you to be alert with your plastic cards – online or in a store. Thieves know that the holiday season is a busy time with all the shopping, decorating, and entertaining- so be...

5 Reasons Credit Unions Offer the Best Auto Loans

Best Auto Loans at a Credit Union? The average cost of a new vehicle today is around $37,000. The purchase of a car likely will be the second largest expenditure you have, second only to the purchase of a home. Whether you desire the shiny, brand new one, or if you...
6 Ways to Get Financially Fit in 2020

6 Ways to Get Financially Fit in 2020

About half of Americans make New Year's resolutions each January, but only about 20% of people keep them. Getting into shape and achieving financial goals are among the most popular resolutions. (Statista.com). While we can’t help you reach your ideal weight, we can...

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Manage Your Credit Cards Better

Manage Your Credit Cards Better

U.S. consumers are once again increasing their collective credit card debt, which now exceeds $1 trillion. The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act protections, which went into effect in February 2009, require card issuers to disclose...

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