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COVID-19 Home Market Impacts

At Mid Oregon Credit Union, we have seen some impacts on our mortgage lending because of Coronavirus. Some are positive for home buyers, and some have created challenges. Here are a few Central Oregon COVID-19 home market impacts. Making Home Purchasing Easier The lending process has become much more online friendly. It is now even […]

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What Determines an Auto Loan Interest Rate?

Do you ever wonder about the 0% interest auto loan rates you see in car manufacturer financing ads? They are only available to select borrowers for limited loan terms. What about for you? What determines an auto loan interest rate? Car Loan Rate Factors A number of factors can determine the rate you’ll be offered […]

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Why Is Estate Planning Important?

Introduction to The Right Estate Plan for You Before you can make the right estate plan for your family and situation, you have to know some basics about the subject. Mid Oregon has hosted Estate Planning Workshops for years, we understand how crucial this is to financial well-being. We hope to help you answer the […]

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3 Ways To Save Money As A College Student

By Jean Chatzky* Here’s how to get an A+ in savings When we think of saving money at college, a few key things come to mind, including scholarships, loans and 529 plans. But what about saving money in smaller ways? College is already expensive, so why rack up the debt if you don’t have to? […]

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Share Insurance Protects Your Money

Safeguarding your hard-earned money is vitally important. That’s why Mid Oregon Credit Union has federal share insurance, administered by an independent government agency, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) protects aggregate savings up to at least $250,000 in your checking accounts, high yield accounts, certificates, regular share […]