5 Ways You Can Budget During the Holidays

A 2019 holiday spending survey found that 61 percent of Americans worry about the holidays due to extra spending, while 57 percent dread Christmas, specifically. Further, one in three consumers are losing sleep worrying about how they will pay for all of these winter holiday details. But here are some ways you can financially prepare and plan to soften the Christmas budgetary blow back.   Construct and adhere to a holiday budget Once you’ve calculated the numbers for how much…
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5 Ways to Prepare for the Holiday Season

The holidays are just around the corner and searching for a great deal for that special someone can get expensive. Thoughtful and memorable gifts do not have to break the bank. Allegecy says that the holidays do not have to cost an arm and a leg to make the day special. Going above and beyond with a homemade gift, treat, or even assisting with a task can mean more. Be creative with the funds you set aside for the holidays….
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What Is Inflation?

Inflation is one of the most familiar and easily definable economic topics to anyone who has watched the decrease in the purchasing power of their money. Put simply, inflation is a general increase in prices of goods and services over time. What causes inflation? Inflation can be caused by numerous factors, but the two primary types of inflation are demand-pull inflation and cost-push inflation. Demand-pull inflation typically occurs in a time of economic expansion. During these periods of growth and…
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5 Tips to Save Money Wedding Planning in 2022

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If you are planning a wedding this year, it could be challenging. With high demand coming from a global pandemic, brides have limited options for everything from wedding dates to food to venues; it’s a true “wedding boom,” according to Brides.com. After more than a year of postponed and called-off weddings, the industry has seen an influx of weddings coming back as the world opens up again. As a result, the demand for every aspect of the industry is higher…
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New Year, New Financial Resolutions

With 2021 ending and 2022 right around the corner, now is the time to start making those resolutions for the new year. And what better place to start than with your finances? While getting financials in order at the beginning of every year is a ritual for most, it doesn’t hurt to keep things fresh with some out-of-the-box resolutions. The average American calls their resolutions quits by the time February rolls around (or never follows through with them in the…
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Tips for Sticking to a Holiday Budget

With the holidays approaching, it’s important to make a holiday budget and stick to it, or the post-holiday season could become a financial struggle. Making a list of everything needed, tracking holiday spending, and using cash instead of credit cards are all good ways to stay on top of holiday expenses before they get out of hand. Read on to learn how to create and stick to a feasible budget with these tips from The Balance: Make a list Always…
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What to Do With Your Stimulus Check

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The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) provides needed assistance to businesses, expansions to unemployment insurance, and direct relief checks to many Americans. If you qualify for a stimulus check, you may be wondering what to do with the money—or what the wisest thing to do might be. Here are a few things to consider. Fill in Financial Gaps Many Americans have found themselves struggling financially due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Those who have had their hours cut…
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5 Ways to Keep Your Grocery Bill Under Control

Are You Spending Too Much on Groceries? How many times have you checked out at the grocery and were surprised by the total? It’s easy to let our grocery bill get too big if we’re not careful. Yes, food prices have gone up for certain items lately, and we’re making more meals at home now than eating at restaurants, but there are ways to keep that expense under control. Figure out how much you can reasonably spend on food. Financial…
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10 Easy Tips for Reducing Utility Costs [INFOGRAPHIC]

The typical family spends an average of $2,200 per year on utilities, according to the Energy Department. Tweaking your usage can lower your spending by as much as 25%. Check out this infographic for 10 easy ways to save on your utility bills.

7 Tips to Start Saving Today

Although research shows that most Americans don’t have enough savings to cover an unexpected emergency, there’s no time like the present to start putting money aside for financial security in the future. Here are a few tips to help you get started. 7 Tips to Start Saving Today If you’re a beginner, start small. Even if you start by saving a small amount, focus on the fact that you’re saving something. Celebrate the $5 you stash away each week: It…
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We are growing!

Imagine the possibilities. At Midwest Community, we are well-known for advancing our employees and promoting from within at all levels of the organization. Take the first step in starting your career and grow with us!

Float Member Service Representatives may have days scheduled at any location (Defiance, Bryan, Napoleon). Computer literacy is required and cash handling or banking experience is preferred.

Starting pay is $17.44 an hour
$19.62 an hour after 180 days of service
$21.79 an hour after 1 year of service

Please see the job overview for a list of duties. Resumes may be submitted to Sondra Manon at smanon@midcomm.org.

All are welcome. Midwest Community Federal Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Investment Representative

The primary purpose of this position is to assist Midwest Community Federal Credit Union by delivering outstanding service to both internal and external members. A key element of excellent service is to identify the financial needs of each member and recommend an appropriate credit union solution. In addition, receives members in person and by telephone. Helps Member Investors reach financial goals utilizing our consultative sales process. In addition, responsible for ensuring that outstanding service is delivered to both internal and external members. A key component of this service is to provide proactive guidance on investment solutions via a needs-based consultative selling approach to both current and prospective Members who have placed an inbound call or referral to the Investment Representative.

For more details, please contact lfrysinger@midcomm.org.

Midwest Community Federal Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Member Service Representative

Midwest Community Federal Credit Union is looking for a Member Service Representative to process transactions, accurately perform end of day balancing procedures, follow company policies and utilize the core data processing system and various software applications, including electronic banking services. We are seeking candidates who are punctual, honest, friendly, and have outstanding communication skills. Please see the job description for a full list of duties. Resumes may be submitted to Sondra Manon at smanon@midcomm.org.

Midwest Community Federal Credit Union is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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