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New Auto Loan APR*

2.74%

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Mortgage 

30 Year Fixed APR*

4.910%

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Home Equity

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4.75%

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Credit Cards

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10.99%

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Overwhelmed by High Interest?

If high interest credit cards have you down, then consider a low-rate Sharon Credit Union Platinum VISA® Card.  Balance transfers are 0% APR* for the first 12 billing cycles. There is a low 3% balance transfer fee with a maximum fee of only $75. Compare us and see how much we can save you!

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Buy Used and Save

It seems that the price of new cars is going up like the price of gas. Buying a used vehicle can save you a considerable amount of money. You may have to sacrifice your preferred color, but having a lower payment each month is well worth it. Maximize your savings with a low rate Sharon Credit Union used vehicle loan.

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Winter is Coming...

Are you and your house ready for the winter months ahead? A new energy efficient furnace, double pane windows or even a generator for the whole house are all possible with a low-interest Home Equity Line of Credit from Sharon Credit Union.

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New Cars vs. Used Cars

Choosing between new and pre-owned cars can be a complicated decision. To make your job a little easier, we’ve outlined the pros and cons of each purchase type below. 

Pros of new cars 

  • Status symbol. The allure of owning a new vehicle is obviously its attractiveness.
  • Fewer repairs. You can assume you won’t be dealing with major repairs or maintenance issues for a while.
  • Easier shopping. There’s no need to drag your prospective new car to the mechanic to check it out.

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Webinar Wednesdays | Vision Boards: Another Way to Help Your Dreams Come True

Goals are powerful tools for personal finance. When you have a goal, you can make a plan. But what about the other aspects of our dreams? How will I feel when I achieve this goal? What will my life look like when my dream comes true? These are also powerful motivators, and they can help you stick to your plan. Envisioning your future can actually help turn your dreams into reality.

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