Over the past year, the internet’s importance to our daily lives has become more apparent than ever. The pandemic brought on by COVID-19 has forced millions of people into their homes, meaning we’ve had to rely on the internet for everything from work and school to doctor appointments and socializing.
However, while we can all be thankful for this connectivity, there is another side to the story: cybercrime.
CCCU’s Business Spotlight highlights local businesses that value the same things we do: People Helping People.
Douglas County is home to many local companies that shine bright not only because of the services that they provide, but for the countless ways they give back to the community.
If you’ve been unsure about how to make a selection for which ride will take you on your summer adventures, we have a few tips that can make all the difference!
6 Moves to Make Your Refund Mean More
Tax refund season is here! By now, you should have claimed every tax deduction you’re legally entitled to claim. If your deducting-spree earned you a tax refund — why not put it to work!
These scams are not uncommon and befall many individuals who use online dating sites and apps to make connections.
Under the guise of romance, fraudsters will find ways to ask for your money.
It can be all too easy to put off getting your financial ducks in a row for retirement, especially if your perceived retirement is decades away.
However, saving in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) can provide you with potential tax benefits while you’re building a nest egg for the future.
Today, buying a home in Douglas County can feel more like a race than an exciting life milestone.
If you find a reasonably priced house in good condition, chances are you won’t be the only one making an offer—even if it just hit the market.
The start of the new year always comes with good intentions and ambitious New Year’s resolutions! For some, Financial Fitness is even higher on the list than hitting the gym.
The holidays can bring a lot of joy and merriment for all, but they certainly do not come cheap.
From the food to the gifts and even fun trips, it can feel like you are constantly opening your wallet.
Credit card fraud takes place every day in a variety of ways. Thankfully, there are ways we can create obstacles to make it more difficult for fraudsters to get your card information.