We’ve teamed up with the experts from Student Choice to offer two FREE seminars on college planning in February! Learn about the cost of attendance, government programs, scholarships and grants, work study, federal, PLUS, and private loans, budgeting, and more! Click the links below to learn more… Big Sky High School Cafeteria Monday, February 5th
We’re excited to offer free tax preparation services again this year, sponsored by the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, at Missoula Federal Credit Union. When January 16 – April 12, 2018 Where Reserve Street Branch Mondays – Thursdays 9am-12pm & 1-4pm Fridays 9am – 12pm Stevensville Branch Fridays 1-4pm How By appointment only.
We have been listening to our member feedback regarding better deposit account options. Based on this feedback we evaluated all of our accounts and compared them to options within our market. We will be consolidating our deposit accounts and changing the rate structure. As part of our values we believe in the power of transparency
In a recently revealed breach, the scope of which the country has never before seen, 143 million Americans may have had their personal information exposed. Equifax, one the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies, reported a massive data breach that lasted from mid-May through the end of July. Hackers were able to access people’s names,
We’ve listed some of the major changes below and included a link to the full list of fees at the bottom of this page. These changes will go into effect May 1, 2017. Changes to Note Non-Sufficient Funds & Privilege Pay We wanted to highlight that we have not increased these fees even while many
This week we have been the target of a text scam. Many residents in the Missoula area have received a text on their cell phone stating, “MissoulaFCU alert for member phone ###-#### Contact 914-###-####,” and another one that uses an 844 area code. What we’ve learned is this is NOT targeted to just our members.
A message from Montana’s Attorney General, Tim Fox warns of increasing text message scams and provides steps to take to keep your finances secure.
How Did It All Begin? Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day began following the Civil War when American families were counting their losses. Popular poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow captured the sentiment of the entire nation in the final stanza of his poem, “Decoration Day,” published in 1882: Your silent tents of green We deck with
Check out all of the student ad submissions for the Missoulian’s Newspapers in Education Week!