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Fraud Prevention





Theft – Prevention, Protection, Detection and Action

We break down what identity theft is, what it can cost victims, and what you can do to protect your most valuable asset – your identity.






Budget Building - tips, tools and incentives for building a budget

Whether you've made a budget before or you’ve already blown several, we’ll give the lowdown on how to break up expenses effectively and efficiently. We’ll share tools, plans, and incentives to show you the power and freedom of a good budget. JHFCU offers its own free service for budgeting called MoneyDesktop, check it out!

Building Credit





Wheeling and Dealing: How auto financing rolls

Take a drive through the different options, lingo and hazards when financing a car. This includes credit reports and scores, finding a lender, knowing the terms (multiple connotations: the words and their meaning as well as the conditions with regard to length of payment), getting pre-approved, looking for deals and closing said deals.






Compounding: Time is Money – Compounding cents into dollars

You may think you’re young and broke, but you’ve got at least one asset that all those successful older people don’t have: time. In this video we show what your money can do with a little – or even better, a lot – of it. We show you what you should know about compounding interest and how to make your money, age and time work for you.

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