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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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It's Time for Recreation!

The warm weather is finally here and now it's time to get outside.  Sharon Credit Union offers financing for those "grown-up" toys that make the outdoors a lot more fun. New or used, we offer flexible terms and low rates on boat, RV, camper, and motorcycle loans.

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6 Ways to Turn Your Dream Vacation into a Reality

Everyone has their own version of a dream vacation. But, for most of us, it never becomes a reality. Read on for six ways to make that dream vacation come true.

1.) Start saving 

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Webinar Wednesdays | Money Wisdom with W!se

Does financial education actually work? Join our partner, GreenPath Financial Wellness and David Anderson, Executive Vice President of Working in Support of Education (W!se), on June 6th, as they discuss what parents need to know about personal finance and how they might discuss it with their kids. 

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