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The Grocery Store Can Have a Big Impact on Your Budget

by Chris O’Shea* Believe it or not, the grocery store can be a destroyer of budgets. Yes, the seemingly small choices you make at your local spot can have a big impact on your finances. Especially now. According to a study of grocery shopping habits during the pandemic, 31 percent of respondents said they “almost […]

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Adopt-a-Bear 2021 Gives Kids a Healthy Start

Mid Oregon Credit Union invites members and the community to participate in Adopt-A-Bear 2021 benefitting Healthy Beginnings. Your donation helps ensure local children are better prepared to enter kindergarten. Since 2004, Mid Oregon’s annual fundraiser has raised almost $30,000 for Healthy Beginnings. These funds provide free health and developmental screenings to Central Oregon preschool-age children. […]


3 Things to Know Before Shopping for a New Car

So, you want a new set of wheels? Don’t want to repeat the mistakes of the last time? Below we share 3 things to know before shopping for a new car. There are many things to consider before purchasing ANY car, but a NEW car purchase provides a few different questions. There are pros and […]

Featured Security

ID Theft Impacts Young Adults

Did you know that those aged 20-29 reported losing money to fraud in 2019 more often than older people? In fact, 33% of twenty-somethings reported fraud losses compared to 13% of those age 70 to 79. The number one category of fraud is ID Theft. Contrary to what some might think, ID theft impacts young […]

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New Alerts for Potential Fraudulent Card Activity

  Mid Oregon Credit Union cares about the security of our members’ debit and credit cards. We continuously monitor member accounts for potential fraudulent card activity. Starting April 7, Mid Oregon members will receive new alerts about potential fraud with their debit and credit card accounts. This enhanced feature uses the mobile, phone, and email […]