10 Fall Activities for You and Your Family

10 Fall Activities for You and Your Family

The kids are back in school, the leaves will soon change color, and everyone is lining up for their first taste of a pumpkin spice latte. This can only mean one thing: fall is right around the corner. Kids will be asking to go to pumpkin patches and for wagon rides very soon. We’ve created

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Retirement Savings Strategies from Cove

Retirement Savings Strategies from Cove Whether you are a college student or a recent grad, it’s never too early to think about retirement. One of the first steps is to think about what kind of retirement lifestyle you want. Do you imagine traveling the world? Owning a second home in a tropical location? Do you

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10 Summer Activities for Your Family

Summer has arrived in the Greater Cincinnati area, and it’s the perfect time for families to get out and spend a little time together.  But, quality family time doesn’t need to mean abandoning your financial goals.  We’ve created a list of fun, summer activities that families can do together on a budget. By utilizing the

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Wills & Estate Planning

Wills & Estate Planning Do you have a Will & Estate Plan in Place? Join us at this month’s free seminar and learn from an expert how you can put your mind at ease. When the unimaginable, unpredictable, or unbelievable happens, it’s a good idea to have a Will & Estate Plan in place.  An

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Celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month

It’s never too early to start learning how to manage money! Let us assist you in starting the young people in your life off on the right foot. In celebration of April being designated as National Credit Union Youth Month, we’ve created a list of tips for you to consider when teaching your children about

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Four Ways To Spend Your Tax Return This Year

Deciding how to spend your tax return can be a daunting task. Do you make a big purchase, put it all in savings, or is it better for you to invest? There are many options available, and we are here to help you navigate them all.  Start an emergency fund: Do you have enough money

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Cyber Security Tips To Protect Yourself

At Cove, member safety is a top priority. Over the last several years, we have all heard about organizations like Target and Home Depot that have experienced a data breach. While Cove has never experienced a breach, it’s always important to know you are doing everything you can to protect your personal financial information. Cove

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Fighting Addiction

In Northern Kentucky by Helping Moms It’s no secret Northern Kentucky has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic. In 2016, Northern Kentucky had 1,584 heroin overdose visits at St. Elizabeth emergency departments. There were more than 200 drug-related overdose deaths and more than 200 babies born to addicted mothers. As a longstanding member of

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Credit Unions vs. Banks

What are the Differences? At Cove Federal Credit Union, we know that choices matter, and we understand that your choice of financial institution is an important one. A common question we hear from prospective members is, what are the differences between a credit union and a bank? Below, we’re sharing a few of those key

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Saving Strategies

A Beginner’s Guide to Saving More Each Month At Cove Federal Credit Union, we know that saving money can seem like a daunting task, especially if you don’t have a lot of expendable income left once the bills are paid. If you want to start saving, but aren’t sure where to start, read on. We’re

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September 2017 Cove Newsletter

September Newsletter Help Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey Help Cove put the credit union philosophy of people helping people to work! To support all those grappling with the terrible effects of this catastrophic hurricane, members can make a donation to the National Credit Union Foundation's CUAid program. So far, more than $500,000 has been donated to

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