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Long-Term CareInsurance Could Provide the TLC You Need

There are only two things you count on taxes and death, for everything else, there’s insurance. Long-Term Care Insurance is relatively new in the long history of insurance. For most people in brings to mind images of nursing homes, but it actually covers any type of long-term care. Long-Term care is basically anything that isn’t […]

Time to Play Catch Up: Investing at age 50 and Beyond

If money makes the world go around it’s probably because we talk about it so darn much. But for all those who are talking, how many are doing? Studies have shown that roughly 6 out of 10 individuals have never tried to calculate what they need in retirement. And that’s how 60% find ourselves celebrating […]

Don’t Let Money Stop You from Living

This image says it all. As much as we talk about how important it is to save and budget and maintain a good credit rating it’s also important to remember why money was created: As a means for you to get the stuff you NEED, such as food and shelter and the stuff you WANT. […]

Tax Return Deadline Extended Again this Year!

Last year procrastinators got a little breathing room as a  little-known Washington, D.C. holiday called Emancipation Day delayed the filing deadline of Federal Income Tax.  Now this year it happens again! The traditional Federal Tax Filing deadline of April 15th falls on a Sunday this year.  Normally, you might think that taxes are due the next […]

Goodnight 2011

It’s been an up and down year for the economy, but overall 2011 was a good year to be a Coors® Credit Union member. These are a few of our favorite moments: Brewster, the loveable mascot of the Brewster Savings Club, introduced new friend, Glider, at the annual Brewster Party WOMsters (word of mouthsters)—We began to officially […]

Buy Local Holiday

Buy Local Week is wrapping up this Friday, but that doesn’t mean you should stop exploring all of the local shops, restaurants and entertainment. Wait a minute…you do know what Buy Local Week is, right? Easy question I know, since the name says it all, but give it some real thought… Hmmm…why not make it […]

We Give Thanks

Posting about Thanksgiving almost feels brainless. Everybody does it. This year, however, I’ve seemed to find more meaning in Thanksgiving than years past. We all know that it’s not about the turkey or whatever you choose to eat. It is about appreciating the good in your life, because celebrating what is right is the best […]

A Debit Card with Fees Isn’t Really a Debit Card

So, you might have heard that Bank of America plans to add a usage fee to its debit card next year. Running with them in considering a fee are Wells Fargo and Chase. One thing we know at Coors Credit Union is this… A debit card with usage fees isn’t really a debit card!  And so, […]