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August 14 by
I recently received a strange phone call from a person named David claiming to be from Microsoft in Bradley, California (red flag #1). I couldn’t believe my luck: I actually had a hacker on the phone, talking to me, trying to fool me into believing he was from Microsoft!
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July 20 by
As the VP of Information Technology at Maps, I do a lot of research on data security. I stay on top of the latest threats to computer networks, and the most sophisticated methods to thwart the bad guys.
Not surprisingly, I often get the question, “What do YOU do to protect your personal computer.”
June 17 by
Each year, Maps selects some of the most exceptional area students to receive scholarships funds.
This year, the selection committee chose 12 outstanding students to receive a total of $10,500 in scholarship funds. Learn more about them and their academic and personal achievements here.
May 12 by
If you’ve read it once, you’ve read it a million times.
Put money away. Save 10 percent of your income. Fund your 401(k) plan. Pay yourself first. Establish a nest-egg. Spend less than you earn.
But what if you can’t?
April 27 by Shane Saunders
With the new credit cards coming to Maps, we're rolling out chip technology, which can make your credit and debit cards more secure.
Here are some common questions about the technology and how it works.
April 14 by
When it comes to tax-related documents, good record keeping means knowing what to toss, and what to keep and for how long.
The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) doesn't require you to keep records in any particular way. Develop a system that helps you and the IRS figure your correct tax.
March 31 by
Every April, credit unions around the country celebrate our young savers with special events, giveaways, and activities designed to help build good financial habits from a young age.
Find out more about what we're doing at Maps.
March 19 by
Do you know your net worth? Or how much you spend each month, and on what? Or how much you can expect from your pension plan or Social Security in retirement?
A no to most of these questions puts you with the majority of the population who have been too busy with life to get a handle on their finances. Fortunately, we've got a five-step action plan to help you take control of your money.
March 2 by Mitzi Smith
Do you know about Credit Unions for Kids? They coordinate national fundraising drives in credit unions across the country to raise money for local children’s hospitals? Well, Maps Credit Union is participating in Change a Child’s Life, a coin drive with all proceeds benefiting Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
February 18 by
Once a year, the Maps Community Foundation offers mini-grants to teachers through a competitive process. Priority is given to projects that promote financial education and college preparedness. This year, we were proud to work with our sponsors Maps Insurance and PEMCO Insurance to present the funds to these local teachers…
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