We’ve outlined three ways you can earn a higher interest rate without biting your nails every time the economy takes a dip.

Read More →

The WEOKIE auto loan calculator can help you determine how much you can afford for your next vehicle purchase.

Read More →

Banking is now in the palm of your hand. You can complete most any transactions from anywhere with wifi access or a data connection. In this blog, we’re going to show a number of ways you can use online banking to build your nest egg.

Read More →

When it comes to saving money to reach your financial goals, you’ll want to be smart with your decisions. To make your job easier, we’ve outlined some of the important differences to consider when you choosing between a high-yield CD account versus a Savings Account.

Read More →

A savings account is familiar and certainly easier to access than stocks or mutual funds. However, you risk losing out on more effective ways to produce long-term funds for retirement. Here's how to use an IRA it in a way that boosts your long-term credit union savings.

Read More →

A WEOKIE Money Market is a savings account that earns higher dividends than a regular savings plan and gives you limited check-writing ability, and deposits can be made at any time.

Read More →

There are so many of us who stress about how to make our money stretch for holiday purchases. Do you stumble through the holidays juggling which bills to pay and which ones you can skip until next month? If you fall into this category, you are not alone, but there is a better way.

Read More →

It’s safe to assume when kids understand the mechanics of money and the values-based decisions your family makes about money it opens up the opportunity for them to feel encouraged to save more and become a participating member in the family budget

Read More →

We suggest one of our five great checking account options to help you save money this holiday season. Being financially secure during the holidays can be a challenge, but with a WEOKIE checking account, we know it’s possible. Most checking accounts have a low $20 minimum to get started.

Read More →

The most popular short-term options for doing this are savings accounts, money market accounts and certificate accounts. Today, we’ll compare savings accounts vs. money market accounts to help you determine which one brings you a step closer to achieving your long-term financial goals.

Read More →