The COVID-19 pandemic has altered many of our routines, including the ways we pay. As Americans grow more comfortable using these apps, scammers have adapted their tactics to take advantage of the quick and often anonymous access to cash that they provide.
A recent survey estimated that as many as 46 million Americans — some 14% — have wiped out their savings since the novel coronavirus began to negatively impact our nation.
The new year is here. That means it’s time to make adjustments to your finances. After such a tumultuous 2020, let’s review some ways to make 2021 a good financial year.
Paying for priority access, private shipments, and waitlists: Protect your personal and financial information by avoiding these COVID-19 vaccine scams.
You likely have heard that a second round of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) has been approved. Read to learn more about the EIP.
Out with the old in with the new. Do you have financial resolutions on your list?
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This video covers why Ukrainian immigrants choose to bank with Ukrainian credit unions in the United States (as opposed to traditional banks)! Watch this video & share with friends and family!
Opening Concert Dedicated to the Victims of COVID 19 Join the Ukrainian Institute of America for a Night of Music and remembrance on November 7th at 7:00 pm. The UIA is hosting their 32nd Season of Music at The Institute, this year the performance will be dedicated to all the victims of COVID-19. There will...
Every year, more and more Americans turn to online shopping to do a part or even all of their holiday shopping. This year especially considering that due to COVID-19.