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Serving and Belonging

  What organizations or groups do you belong to? Theta Eta Sorority – our philanthropic purpose is children of the Permian Basin.   What specific event have you participated in recently? We went to an organization that helps single mothers from abusive marriages/relationships get back on their feet. This organization is a safe and secure community where the mothers and …

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Frugal Family Dates

  Summer is here which means school is out and your child is home for the summer. With almost three months of nothing to do, being home can get restless. Here at CCFCU we know how precious time can be, especially with your little ones so we’ve come up with a list of frugal, fun family date ideas special for …

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A First Generation Graduate

Like Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Here at Complex, we believe just that, education is such an essential piece of who we are as a credit union. It is at the top of our strategic plan year after year, for many reasons, but mostly because we as …

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The College Checklist

  Senior year is almost over and summer is right around the corner! You have one summer before you’re headed off for the big degree. You’ve put in all the hard work for your college applications and SAT’s for that sweet letter of acceptance, so now it’s time to start planning for the fun part! With going off to college …

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The Basics of Family Meal Planning

One of the best ways to start saving money is to meal plan. By having an idea of what you need to purchase at the grocery store, you no longer walk around trying to figure out meals for the next couple of days and you eliminate buying too much. Meal planning will cut your costs and save you time in …

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I Can Make A Difference

  What is the purpose of your trip? To share the message of Christ and give non-believers a reason to believe. We will be talking to young kids, kids my age, who don’t know Christ and we will be sharing the good news. It makes me feel good to think that He will look down at me and say well …

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Headstart on Retirement

Here at CCFCU we understand how scary and confusing retirement can be, so we found someone to help out! Leslie, from The Seasoned Homemaker, tells us all about how her husband and she were able to prepare themselves for retirement when they were just a couple of years out. Here are a couple of her key points: Consider downsizing. If …

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Serving Those Who Serve

  When your husband is commander at the American Legion Post of Odessa, you are sure to have some pretty great stories. We sat down with one of our CCFCU team members, Denise Wheeler, to hear all about these stories. Denise and her veteran husband, Mike, are actively involved with the veterans in our community along with those who currently …

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Replacement Windows

Replacing the windows in your home may sound expensive, but it is actually a great investment. Besides improving the curb appeal of your home, replacement windows can actually save you money! As always, here at CCFCU we are all about ways to save money. If you are still unsure about whether or not replacement windows are a good idea for …

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Tax Season for the Unseasoned Tax Filer

  To all the college students, and even high school students, who have a job and are now confused about tax season, we have a few questions for you. Have you been receiving letters in the mail from old or current jobs with “W2” written on them? Did you know you’re supposed to be using those to file your taxes? …

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