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Are You Ready For The Holidays?

By Jean Chatzky* Ready For The Holidays? Every year the folks at consulting firm Deloitte come out with predictions for the holiday shopping season. This year they’re projecting that spending from November to January will increase 1% to 1.5% and – if we get another round of stimulus from Uncle Sam, those numbers could rise. […]

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Local “Bite of Reality” Recognized

The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) acknowledges Mid Oregon Credit Union’s work educating high school students about budgeting and money management. The effort of our local “Bite of Reality” experience has been recognized with a national financial literacy award. Youth and Adult Financial Education Award Mid Oregon has been recognized by the Credit Union National […]

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Announcing Updated Mid Oregon Website

Refreshed site with new features Our updated Mid Oregon website has a new look! The new design is easier to use on all your devices. Whether you’re using a smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer, you’ll have faster loading, great-looking graphics and easier to find features. Access your account from any page We’ve updated our Account […]

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Fast, Responsive Service on Home Loans

Now is a great time to refinance—maybe too great! With mortgage rates dipping back down again, many homeowners are looking at refinancing their home loan. By lowering their loan rate, they can lower their monthly payments, pay off their loans faster, or even consolidate home loan and other debt into a single lower payment. They […]

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Help Is On The Way!

Assistance to those affected by Wildfires Help is on the way for affected members, as we have recently introduced the Fire Assistance Relief Emergency (FARE) Loan. The FARE loan is available to members affected by Oregon’s wildfires. The FARE loan offers the opportunity for members to borrow an amount up to their monthly gross income, […]