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Destination Success: Free college planning event for students and families

If you plan to go to college in the next few years, you probably know that the process is not as simple as filling out an application and heading to class. Between test scores, essays, financial aid and actually finishing high school, it pays to start preparing early. So take advantage of this free college… Continue reading

Reminder: Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship Applications Due by January 31

Are you a high school senior? Are you or your parent/guardian an EECU member? Then it’s time for you to apply for a Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship! We’re seeking six deserving students to award $5,000 scholarships to help pay for college—three awards for students pursuing a career in education, and three awards for students in… Continue reading

Should you open an individual retirement account (IRA)?

Do you ever think of older friends and relatives who have retired and wonder how they can afford to pay bills, travel and do other things with their time? Well, unless they won the lottery or inherited a large sum of cash, they probably spent the better parts of their lives working hard to save… Continue reading

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