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Pay Off Debt Smartly With Your BECU Visa®

Pay Off Debt Smartly With Your BECU Visa®

Transfer your balance and keep more of your money. While other financial institutions may charge up to 5% to transfer balances, you pay no balance transfer fee with your BECU Visa®—and remember, the lower your interest rate, the quicker you may be able to pay off your debts.

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Two Ways to Protect Yourself While Shopping Online

Two Ways to Protect Yourself While Shopping Online

It’s holiday shopping season! More and more consumers are choosing the ease of doing their shopping online. While shopping online is a convenient time-saver, it is important to make sure to protect yourself against fraudulent online charges. We offer BECU CardProtect to help make sure your credit and debit card information are not used fraudulently online at participating merchants.

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Does Your Business Want to Accept Plastic?

Does Your Business Want to Accept Plastic?

BECU knows how important it is to have an efficient, accessible accounting process. That’s why we’ve teamed with First Data® to provide payment processing services for businesses.

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How to Finance Your `Tiny House’ Dream

How to Finance Your `Tiny House’ Dream

Imagine living in a 400-square-foot house with just the basics – kitchen, bathroom, bed – and a miniature utility bill to match. If that sounds ideal to you, you aren’t alone. There’s a whole “tiny house” movement of people cutting down on their housing costs and escaping the city bustle by living in sometimes elegant, eco-friendly cottages.

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Fraud Alert: Security Breach at Home Depot  

Fraud Alert: Security Breach at Home Depot  

Updated Sept 30 You may have heard recent news coverage reporting that Home Depot has encountered a security breach that compromised cardholder names, card number, and expiration dates on an undisclosed number of credit and debit accounts.

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Commit to Minimizing Debt in the New Year

Commit to Minimizing Debt in the New Year

Did you make a New Year’s resolution to minimize your debt? Here are some tips to help you stay motivated. Create a plan. Create a budget so you know where your money goes and then devote all extra funds to paying down debt. Start with the debt that carries the highest interest rate first. Once you've paid that off, devote the extra money to the next highest-rate debt, and so on. As you pay off the balances, you may want to conside...

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