I won’t lie to you: As my husband, George, and I continued our search for our first home, there were days when our real estate agent was like a mom to us. Sure, that might sound a little creepy, considering she was a total stranger. But the truth is we relied on her for everything.
Recently, in my mailbox I found one of those slick, slippery-to-handle magazines with heavy stock paper on the cover. We all receive our fair share of them from time to time. The magazine, Bank News, is published by a very well-known and established trade group.
VyStar’s vision is “to be the primary financial institution for our members and to bring credit union services to more people.” This statement sums up VyStar’s core purpose and serves as a roadmap for our future.
Building your own business from scratch requires a lot more than a great idea. You, as the forward-thinking entrepreneur, also need to be prepared for the highly detailed startup process in order to bring your vision of success to life. Before you get too caught up in your company’s overall creative concept, you first have to take care of the important technicalities of starting and running a business.
Someone once said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash advance” … but does it have to? According to American Express, nearly 200 million people are planning to travel this summer and expect to spend an average of about $941 per person on travel expenses.
Last Friday, we received the unprecedented news that the United Kingdom (U.K.) had voted to leave the European Union (EU). The U.K., comprised of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, had been a member of the 28-nation EU since 1975.
In May 2015, nine families set out on a quest to reduce debt, save money and compete for the $8,000 grand prize of VyStar’s Money Makeover Contest. After six months of using the valuable money-management skills they learned from their VyStar Money Coaches to improve their finances, one family’s accomplishments stood out among the rest: the Crosby family.
Seeing the confusion and fear written all over my face, the realtor kindly suggested with an understanding smile that we speak to a lender about it as soon as possible before we continued looking at other homes. Being a writer, I’m a bit research-obsessed. So when I have a question, I need to find out the answer right away.
In his song “Superstition,” the great Stevie Wonder shares a brilliant nugget of wisdom about that little thing called black magic: “When you believe in things that you don’t understand, then you suffer; superstition ain’t the way.”
Like cash, your debit card is a daily necessity of life, and VyStar knows our members want the convenience of receiving their debit cards immediately. Thanks to Instant Issue, now you can!
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