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  • Find What You Need

    February 18, 2020

    FIND WHAT YOU NEED • Auto Loans  • ATV Loans  • Boat Loans • RV Loans  • Snowmobile Loans• Motorcycle Loans  • Watercraft Loans  • Golf Cart Loans Loans as low as 2.74% APR*   *APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate includes up to three of these qualifying discounts: Pre-approval; Online Application; 20% Down Payment; Automatic Payment. APR based on individual credit history. Other great rates and terms available. Rates, terms & conditions are subject to change & may vary based on creditworthiness,…
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  • Employment Opportunities

    January 30, 2020

    Tags: Embark News
    OPERATIONS VP/MANAGEREmbark needs an experienced senior level manager with extensive operations experience.  As Embark enters its 85th year, we are hiring a future-oriented leader looking for a financially solid but change-ready organization.   As currently envisioned, this position will be responsible for backroom lending activities (including delinquency and collections as well as mortgage operations) and member service operations.  An ideal candidate would also have experience with payments and…
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  • 84th Annual Membership Meeting

    January 29, 2020

    84th Annual Membership Meeting Tuesday, April 21, 2020 Paris Gibson Education Center 2420 Central Ave 5:00 – Registration |  5:30 – Meeting Food, Refreshments and Prizes! Hope you can join us!
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  • Recognizing Embark Credit Union

    October 23, 2019

    Tags: Embark News
      Click Here to see an article written by Matt Walker of badcredit.org!
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  • Couples and Money: Reconciling a Spender-Saver Marriage

    August 8, 2019

    Tags: Budgeting
    Money ranks high on the list of reasons partners fight or split up. In any marriage, even one where both partners manage money similarly, family finances create conflict at least occasionally. But when one spouse is a saver and the other is a spender, financial disagreements can be frequent, emotional, and divisive. If you and your partner seem to be polar opposites when it comes to money attitudes, don’t give up hope of a truce. Experts say opposite money personalities actually can complement each…
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  • Beware of Amazon Package Caller Scam

    August 7, 2019

    Tags: Fraud & Identity Theft
    We’ve been notified scammers are calling in an attempt to obtain your card information.  The scammer says, "Your Amazon package for $77.99 will be shipped.  If this is not your order, call to stop the shipment or speak to a Representative.”  Once you return the call, they ask for your debit / credit card number to verify your order.  Please remember: If you placed an order, it can be verified with information other than your debit or credit card number.  Should you question the validity of…
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  • You Have Questions. We Have Answers.

    June 18, 2019

    Tags: Home Loans
    When you consider major life events – like buying a home – let Embark help you answer the big questions! Is my credit score high enough? At Embark, we know that a home is one of the largest financial obligations you’ll ever take on.  Did you know that your mortgage interest rate is directly related to your credit score?  The lower your credit score, the higher your interest rate will likely be.  Our team will review your credit history and credit scores with a tri-merge report and help you…
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  • 3 Financial Tips to Jump Start the New Year

    January 9, 2019

    Tags: Budgeting
    Did you overspend during the holiday season? Are you feeling the “blue’s” of the new year? Or the “holiday hangover” effect from not only too much egg nog but from spending beyond your means? Don’t worry—most American’s have likely overspent and there is always opportunity to change. The new year can mean a new start and that is the most important step—to start, wherever you are, to change the behaviors so you can create a more financially sound version of YOU. Here are three tips to help you move…
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  • Teach Kids How to Save, Spend, and Share

    December 25, 2018

    Tags: Budgeting, Education
    It’s possible that your kids received money for Christmas—for some, maybe a lot of it. If you’re struggling with how much to let your children “spend,” consider doing this: Set up three small boxes in your child's bedroom or buy a small three-drawered container. Label one drawer or box for saving, one for spending, and one for sharing. As children receive money, set up a system so that a certain percentage automatically goes into each section. Then, for example, a child will have a set amount of…
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  • Be Safe Shopping Online

    December 11, 2018

    Tags: Fraud & Identity Theft
    Cyber Monday may be over, but that doesn’t mean you should be any less careful when shopping online. Before you buy that "must have" item on your holiday list, make sure to do everything you can to avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime: 1.  Secure mobile devices and computers. Keep the operating system and application software updated/patched on all of your computers and mobile devices. Also be sure to check that any antivirus/antispyware software installed is running and receiving automatic updates.…
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