Member Success Story: 4 Financial Steps for a New Family

October 29 2014
Starting a family brings a whole new set of financial responsibilities, like visits to the pediatrician, saving for college, and don’t forget all those diapers and baby wipes.  Such a huge change can make your wallet feel a bit thin.  If you want some peace of mind about your new situation, check out how MSA […] Read More

Action Steps for a Holiday Spending Plan

October 22 2014
This holiday season, many mall-bound Americans will probably shop, not realizing just how much they’re spending until it’s too late.  Over $600 billion was spent during the winter holidays last year,1 and the average American spent $766 alone for online Thanksgiving items (not including travel!).  That’s a 21% increase from the previous year!2  Don’t let […] Read More

Financial Aid or Financial Fraud?

September 24 2014
Fraudsters know that students comb the internet for scholarships and loans, so they set up fake financial aid opportunities to pull in unsuspecting students.  If you’re searching for financial aid, stay safe with these tips: Remember the FAFSA is free!  It’s even in the title — Free Application for Federal Student Aid, so don’t believe […] Read More