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Family Finances: Keep Everyone Informed

The Importance of Keeping Everyone Informed In your household, does one person handle all the finances? Who pays all the bills, files the joint taxes, deals with insurance matters, and knows where all the important papers are saved? Who deals with the family finances? What happens if that person becomes ill and can’t take care […]

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Our New Digital Banking Platform!

It has been a long time coming. The wheels have been in motion for over a year! But it is now here. We are excited to announce the launch of our new digital banking platform. Improved Member Service Experience The change to our new system was done for many reasons members will never see. Key […]

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Celebrating a Year of Innovation and Growth

2019 a Great Year for Mid Oregon! 2019 wrapped up as one of the best years in our 63-year history. Given our strong performance in the past several years, that bar was a high one to clear, and our team delivered! In addition to exceeding our goals for loan growth and building more meaningful member […]

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Getting in Financial Shape this Summer

6 Tips for Getting in Financial Shape this Summer At a time when many are busy getting their bodies beach ready, why not consider whipping your finances into shape this summer. Could you use a few tips for getting in financial shape? Here are six things you can do to get your financial situation looking […]

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Give Your College-Bound Student a Personal Finance Crash Course

Does your young-adult student need a crash course in personal finance? A recent financial literacy survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) reveals that the majority of adults say they learned the most about personal finance from their parents. Should you give your student a personal finance crash course? Basic Financial Knowledge Checklist […]