Now is time to think about your next adventure. The Seattle Boat Show and Tacoma RV Show are happening this month and giving many of us some inspiration. Whether you plan on exploring the roadways or waterways, now is the time to take advantage of low-rate financing for your boat or RV purchase. Don’t wait too long—this offer expires February 1.
When dealing with the busyness of the day it can be too easy to spend and not really know where the money is going. Do you know how much you spent at Starbucks last month? Or, what percentage of your income is really going to car expenses?
Don’t be caught off guard. We have heard from our members asking for a more enhanced alerts service. We listened and believe you will be pleased with our new, timely alerts in Online Banking.
New Alerts and Money Manager in Online Banking. We care about your entire financial well-being. That’s why we want to help you with all of your finances, not just your accounts at BECU. Managing finances doesn’t have to be challenging or stressful—it can be enjoyable and exciting with BECU’s new Alerts and Money Manager in Online Banking. The visually-stimulating and interactive design makes managing finances almost fun!
Tell your money to get it together. BECU’s Money Manager gathers basic financial information from all of your uploaded financial accounts and organizes it into one place—in your Online Banking account. Checking, Savings, Credit Cards, Mortgage, Auto, Investments, Retirement, and more . . . within minutes of a simple one-time set up, you will be able to visualize and interact with all your financial data—all in one convenient place.
Tell your money to shape up. Money Manager allows you to create relative budgets based off your actual spending history, income, debts, and expenses. Visualize and interact with your budgets in new and meaningful ways using Money Manager’s budgeting bubbles feature.
Now that there’s a $5.34 million federal estate-tax exemption — and the exemption is portable between spouses — many people don’t see a need to do estate planning.* But planning is important even if you don’t expect the IRS to take a share of your estate. Here are some planning steps you should consider.