5 Ways the BHFCU Training Team is Making an Impact

September marks Learning & Development Month. At BHFCU, we have a team of seven staff dedicated to training every single BHFCU staff member. With dozens of training modules, this team’s work spans it all. Here are five major ways Learning & Performance makes the BHFCU team better.

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It’s Christmas (saving) in July!

It's Christmas in July! We've all heard it, but what does it really mean. We think it's the perfect opportunity to begin planning and saving! With less than six months until Christmas, quick out our top tips to make this coming December less of a financial pain point.

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Home Loans to Fit Your Needs

Whether you’re building a new home or purchasing an existing structure, we are equipped to assist with the process. With several competitive mortgage solutions, we can help make your homeownership dreams a reality.

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4 Ways Your Home Can Loan You Money

Are you dreaming of a vacation? Or maybe you’re planning a wedding or sending a child off to college? At Black Hills Federal Credit Union, we have your significant events covered with four home loan options to support your life.

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Our Top Financial Tips: Save, Spend, Share

The month of April marks not only National Credit Union Youth Month but also National Financial Literacy Month. To combine the two, we decided to bring you our top financial tips in the same way we share them with our youngest members. It’s as easy as Save, Spend, Share.

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What You Need to Know About Credit Score Variables

Have you ever checked your credit score online only to see a different number when pulled by a lender? There is a lot behind a credit score, but it is worth reading on to unpack what it all means to you and your financial planning.

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Relationship Advice: Credit Age & Your Credit Score

Have you ever opened or closed a loan expecting the new debt or the payoff to boost your credit, only to see your score initially drop? It has everything to do with your credit age and how it affects your credit score.

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