All I can say is that I had been waiting for this movie for what seemed like forever, and let me tell you, it doesn’t disappoint.
A friend of mine suggested reading the book because I am someone who loves suspenseful/mysterious things. I am that person who would sometimes rather stay in on a Friday night and watch 48 hours, hence the recommendation. If you are anything like me, then this is a must read!
GONE GIRL [R]– directed by David Fincher and based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn – unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?
If you haven’t seen the movie and are looking to do so, check out the $5 Movie Tuesdays promotion at any Marcus Theatre. Click here to find a theatre near you!
Without giving away too many details, what were your thoughts on the book/movie? Share with us in a comment below!
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Let’s face it, keeping up with the latest beauty trends can be super pricey! Getting pampered, getting your hair done frequently, buying top branded beauty products…. it all adds up! However making quick changes to your beauty cabinet can save time, money and your carbon footprint by choosing items you have around your kitchen. Eliminate questions about some of your favorite commercial beauty products by switching to natural alternatives for your beauty routine. Check out these five easy green beauty swaps.
1. Reduce eye puffiness with cucumber slices
Cucumbers have been proven to help with the swelling and puffiness of eyes. Because cucumbers are usually cool, the cold from the cucumbers can help reduce puffiness of the skin. Ingredients within cucumbers may also help reduce skin irritation. Slice two thick pieces of cucumber and place each piece over eyes for at least 10 minutes. Choose cucumbers over your typical eye cream, and you have a natural product that costs only pennies and can be thrown in the compost pile for recycling after your mini spa treatment.
2. Treat acne with strawberries
Struggling with skin breakouts? Clear your skin with strawberries. Mix a half cup of diced strawberries with a spoonful of sour cream. Rub gently onto your face and leave as a mask for at least 10 minutes. The strawberries will help remove dead skin cells, tighten pores and give your skin a healthy glow.
3. Use teabags to highlight hair
Before picking up a box of hair brightener at the drug store, consider soaking your hair in black tea. The tannic acid in black tea can highlight your hair if you soak your hair regularly over time. Start by making several servings of very strong black tea. Pour the tea carefully over your hair and allow it to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing.
4. Combine corn meal and banana for a foot cream
Soften your feet naturally with items from your pantry. Begin by mashing a ripe banana in a bowl Add several tablespoons of corn meal, until the banana has a gritty consistency. Spread liberally on feet and allow to sit for 30 to 45 minutes. Wipe off the mixture and rinse well with water.
5. Reduce frizz with banana and avocado
Does humidity make your hair a frizzy mess? Before buying a bottle of anti-frizz hair product, make your own in just a few minutes by mixing banana and avocado. Begin by mashing one ripe banana with a fork. Cut an avocado in half, remove the seed, and scoop out the green fruit. Mash the avocado with the banana. Apply to hair and allow to sit for at least 15 minutes, and then rinse hair thoroughly.
Some beauty items are a little more difficult to swap with natural items (like makeup or hairspray). Check the eco-rating of your beauty products at GoodGuide.com found here!
With these easy changes, you can reduce the cost of your beauty routine while making choices that are better for your skin and hair, as well as the environment!
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Almost all of us have leaks in our budgets, but what’s worse is that you may hardly notice some of them. Unfortunately, those small leaks can add up to big bucks over a short period of time. The trick is to find the holes and fix them so you can keep more money in your wallet. That extra cash could be just what you need to save, invest or break the frustrating cycle of living paycheck to paycheck.
- Paying Checking Account Fees
No one likes paying bank fees. They serve no purpose other than to make banks more money! That’s why you should switch to a credit union today. Credit unions are known for having low to no fees on their accounts and best of all, free checking! Why should you have to pay money in order to keep your money safe?
- Paying ATM Fees
Expect to throw away money every time you use an ATM that isn’t in your financial institution’s network. That’s because you’ll pay an ATM surcharge, and your own credit union or bank might hit you with a non-network fee. Make sure to check with your financial institution to see what kind of fees you will be paying if you use an ATM not in their network.
- Tossing Food Based on the Expiration Date
This is something I am 100% guilty of. There’s a good chance you’re throwing away hundreds or even thousands of dollars’ worth of food each year before it has gone bad if you’re using the sell-by and expiration dates as a resource for whether food is still edible. These dates are just the manufacturers’ best guess of when food is at peak quality and are not related to safety. You can usually expect food to be safe for another 5-7 days past the sell-by date printed on the package. The best test to tell if something is still good is to smell it or take a small bite.
- Buying Brand-Name Instead of Generic
From groceries to clothing, you can save money by choosing generic over brand-named items! And in many cases, you won’t sacrifice much in quality. Clever advertising and fancy packaging don’t make brand-name products better than lesser-known brands. So next time you are at the store, don’t feel pressured to purchase the name brand items! Save money, and go with store brand!
- Paying Late Fees and Missing Bills
If you pay a stack of bills every month, it’s easy to overlook one or two every now and then. But if you miss a credit card payment by even one day, you will pay a late fee. Not only that but your credit score could also take a hit if you pay your bill late. Remember that your Payment History makes up 35% of your FICO credit score. Always pay your bills on time and try to pay more than the minimum payment to pay less in interest over the course of your loan. To help you stay on track, sign up for automatic payments or billpayer! It will save you time, stress and money!
- Keeping Unhealthy Habits
A cigarette here, a few drinks there or maybe just tanning to look good for that big event. Indulging in these unhealthy habits is often portrayed as the fun part of life, but letting bad habits go unchecked can have a harmful effect on your wallet — not to mention your health. Just ask yourself… are the short terms effects worth it in the long run?
- Paying Too Much for Shipping
If you do your shopping online, you probably know that shipping fees are outrageous unless you decide to spend $100 on your total purchase. Don’t give into that! There are many retailers that offer free shipping, ALL of the time. And for those that don’t, you can find free shipping codes at FreeShipping.org, or you can take advantage of days like Cyber Monday when there are great deals and no shipping costs!
- Fast Food
Food takes up a big portion of our budget. If you are spending a lot of money on eating out every week, you may be surprised at just how much money you can save by kicking the fast food habit. In addition to saving money, you may experience health benefits since you can choose healthier options to eat at home.
- Overspending on Gas and Oil
There’s no need to splurge on premium fuel if the auto manufacturer says regular is just fine. Also, are you still paying for an oil change every 3,000 miles? Many models nowadays can last 5,000 to 7,000 miles between changes, and some even have built-in sensors to tell you when it’s time to change the oil. Check your owner’s manual to find the best time for your car’s routine maintenance.
What are some of your bad money habits? Or what are some ways you kicked those habits to the curb? Share with us in a comment below!
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Happy Friday Everyone!
Football season is finally here and I could not be more excited! The early morning tailgating, the smell of meat cooking on the grill, thousands of people roaming Melrose Ave and the Iowa Fight song blasting in the background…. it’s all just so perfect. Now there isn’t really a wrong way to tailgate, but with another football season beginning, here’s some advice on getting the most out of your day at the lot. Go Hawkeyes!
1. Ham and Cheese Sliders
I know what you are thinking…ham and cheese sliders…. does that really require a recipe? The answer is YES it does. These have so much flavor and everyone at your tailgate will absolutely love them. If you are interested, click here for the recipe!
2. Bacon Wrapped Smokies in Maple Glaze
Of all the tailgating food I have made, this is by far one of my favorites. Warning: They are super addictive! They aren’t necessarily the most healthy food of choice, but they sure are delicious and super easy to make! Plus, who doesn’t love bacon!? For the recipe, click here!
3. Skinny Taco Dip
In case you are looking for something a little lighter, check out this skinny taco dip! It’s delicious, popular and it only takes about 5 minutes to make! Just don’t forget the Tostitos! Click here for the recipe!
Who says games are just for kids? Spice up your tailgate with these fun and popular games that everyone in your group will enjoy!
1. Bags (Cornhole)
The simple “bags” game is a great addition to a tailgating event! Bags sets can get a little pricey though, so why not make it yourself! Decorate it with your favorite college/NFL team colors, add your team logo, and you will be all set for game day!
2. Life Size Jenga
As a kid everyone loved the game Jenga. So why not turn it into a life-size tailgating game? My brother purchased this game online and has taken it to several Iowa football tailgates. It is always such a huge hit that people walking around want to join in! You can purchase this online or if you are feeling crafty, try making it yourself!
3. Ladder Golf
Another fun game that adults will love is Ladder Golf! Ladder golf is an addictive game that can be inexpensively made using PVC tubing, string, and a few golf balls. It’s fun, easy and it’s a game for all ages!
Do you have any delicious recipes or games that you play while tailgating? If so, please share with us in a comment below! Be safe and Go Hawks!
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Identity theft is nothing new, and yet millions of people are affected each year. The Federal Trade Commission released a survey showing that 27.3 million Americans have been victims of identity theft in the last five years, including 9.9 million people in the last year alone. Thankfully there are many things you can do to avoid identity theft! The bad news is, many of us do little beyond choosing a decent password and what’s even crazier, is that some people don’t even do that! Get smart and protect yourself! Below is a list of easy targets for identity thieves and ways you can prevent it from happening to you!
1. Your Trash Can
Even if you’re really careful about the information you put online, your trash bags and recycling bin can still be an easy target for identity thieves. Dumpster diving may sound ridiculous, but it’s still an easy way for identity thieves to get access to your personal information.
- Get a shredder and use it! Get into the habit of shredding things like bank statements, expired credit cards, utility bills, cell phone bills, pay stubs, old boarding passes and travel itineraries, ATM receipts and anything with your social security number on it.
- Don’t forget to check your envelopes! Anything with your name and address on it needs to be shredded, too.
2. Your Phone
Chances are you’re carrying a lot more in your phone than just your contacts. With smartphone theft on the rise, protect yourself:
- Have a password-protected lock on your home screen. This is a standard feature on all smartphones for a reason, so take advantage of it! Bonus points if your smartphone also has a location tracking (also known as the “find my phone” feature).
- Public Wi-Fi networks are not secure, so avoid checking your bank accounts or doing your online shopping from the local coffee shop or during your layover at the airport.
- Do not store sensitive information on your phone–storing passwords or login information in a note taking app is bad news.
3. The Pin Pad
It seems like every few months a new point-of-purchase scheme emerges– skimming devices, keystroke loggers, ATM hacking… the list goes on! Here are some good practices for when you’re out and about:
- When making a purchase, keep your debit or credit card in sight at all times.
- Use your hand to block the buttons when entering your pin number, even if there’s no one immediately behind you–a camera can always be watching.
- Choose a good PIN. Avoid PINs derived from your personal information, like your telephone number, address, or birthday. Avoid easy-to-guess pins, like the dreaded “1234.”
- Change up your PIN, especially if you use the same combination to unlock your phone as you do for your debit card.
4. Your Mail Box
Like the dumpster-diving approach mentioned above, mail tampering is a low tech but relatively easy way for identity thieves to compromise your personal information. Here’s what you can do:
- Familiarize yourself with your billing cycles. A late credit card statement or a bill that never shows up could be a sign of mail tampering.
- Identity thieves will sometimes request a change of address to illegally reroute your mail to a different location. If you suddenly stop receiving mail, check with the post office to make sure this isn’t the case.
- Use a mailbox with a locking system to avoid thieves.
5. Your Computer
You think this one would be common sense by now, but every so often a virus or scam comes along that trips us up. Stay one step ahead of scammers:
- Keep your firewall, anti-virus and operating system software up to date. No matter how new and fast your laptop is, it still needs protection.
- Enable spam filters on your email accounts.
- Look out for sketchy links and emails. Ignore any suspicious password reset requests, unexpected mail tracking numbers, or anything that asks for your personal information over email.
- Don’t over share on social media. Do your Facebook friends really need to know your home address, cell phone number or even what year you were born? Can people tell when no one is home based on your social media feed? Keep your accounts private and make sure you’re not accidentally broadcasting sensitive information.
Do you have any identity theft stories to tell or tips to prevent it? If so please share with us in a comment below!
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Moving from one apartment to another can be stressful and exciting all at the same time. Staying organized, making lists, and planning ahead make the moving process a whole lot easier, but so does having a few handy packing tips and tricks up your sleeve!
I just moved into my new apartment last week so I spent a few weeks prior looking for ways to make my moving process easier. Here are a few things I came up with that saved me time, money and stress!
1. DIY Box Handles:
Moving big and heavy boxes can be difficult, especially when you live on the top floor of your apartment. Make picking up and lifting heavy boxes a little easier by cutting handholds in two sides of the box with a utility knife! Leave the top flaps of your triangular cut-outs attached and simply fold them in.
2. Enlist The Color-Coding System.
Pick a color code for each room and label that room’s boxes accordingly. Label the door of each room with the corresponding sticker/tape so that you know where to place the boxes.
3. Take A Picture Of Your Cords
Before you disconnect them to be boxed up, take a quick snapshot of the cords on the back of your television and other electronics so that you can remember where they all go! My boyfriend would probably think this is silly, but apparently I’m cord impaired.
4. Use Rolling Luggage For Heavy Items
If you’ve got them, use your rolling luggage bags for really heavy items like books. Now you can avoid the heavy lifting and simply roll the bags out to your vehicle or moving truck.
5. Put Hanging Clothes In Garbage Bags
This is by far my favorite moving tip! Moving clothes, especially for girls, can be a pain! Keep them on the hangers while still protected in garbage bags! This saves the hassle of taking them on and off of the hangers. It also keeps your clothes all together in the order you had them hung, less wrinkled, and ready to hang up when you get to your new home. Just put a garbage bag over the top of the hangers and rip a small hole in the garbage bag to allow the top of the hangers to stick through.
6. Use Wine Cases For Your Glassware
Visit your local bar, restaurant, or winery, and you’re bound to come home with several empty wine box cases! The inserts in these boxes are perfect for protecting glass cups, wine glasses, and vases.
7. Packing Jewelry
Connect your necklaces through a toilet paper roll to prevent them from knotting. This is great for moving or even just taking a short trip!
8. Change Your Address At Least Two Weeks Prior To Moving
This might seem like a no-brainer for important things like utilities and cable but don’t sweat the small stuff. You may also have things like Amazon, PayPal, credit cards, your financial institution, magazine subscriptions, and your mail to worry about.
9. Pack An Overnight Bag Of Essentials
When preparing for the big move, it’s easy to accidentally pack up things you might later need. To prepare for this, pack a bag of essentials! This might include toiletries, a few outfits, snack foods, and a phone charger. It’s also a great way to transport a laptop, which could run the risk of getting stolen during a move.
What are some of your favorite moving tips that have helped make the whole process easier? Please share with us in a comment below!
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On a budget when it comes to beauty? No problem. You can still have glowing skin and silky hair without leaving a dent in your wallet. If you’re looking for simple, fun and affordable ways to pamper yourself this summer, I’ve got you covered with these DIY tips and tricks.
1. Face Mask:
Facial masks, whether applied at a salon or purchased from a beauty supply store, can be pretty expensive. Thankfully, you don’t need to dip into your wallet to treat your skin! Products in your fridge can be a simple and affordable way for your skin to glow. The most common skin care concerns are a complexion that’s too oily or too dry. Check out these two quick and effective fixes that don’t cost anything more than what you spent at the grocery store.
For All Skin Types:
Brighten: Cut a slice of ripe papaya and remove the seeds and pulp. Rub the inside of the papaya peel on your cleansed face, focusing on lines around the mouth and eyes, crow’s feet, thinning temples, neck and hands. Let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. This mask can be done twice a week. The enzymes in papaya exfoliate, repair sun damage, diminish age spots and smooth skin. Your skin will look brighter, with a more polished finish!
Exfoliate: Combine 1 tsp honey and 1 tsp olive oil. Separately, prepare a packet of plain oatmeal, using less water than called for so it forms a thick paste. Next, add the honey and olive oil mixture to the cooked oatmeal. Apply as a scrub, gently rubbing it in small circles over your skin, avoiding the eye area. Rinse off with warm water and pat dry. This mask can be done twice weekly. The oatmeal in this scrub exfoliates, while the honey and olive oil moisturize.
Soothe: Combine 2 Tbsp honey with 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. Apply to your clean face and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water followed by a cool rinse. This can be done three times a week. This mask heals, moisturizes and balances the pH of the skin. Honey helps to heal and moisturize. Apple cider vinegar helps balance the pH of skin and soothes damaged skin.
Moisturize: Combine 1/2 ripe avocado, 1 Tbsp. of honey and 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar. Blend ingredients together or mash in a bowl. Apply t face and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse off with cool water and a damp cloth.
2. Lip Scrub
Exfoliation can help remove the dry, dead skin covering the soft lips underneath. Regular exfoliation can help dry lips become moist and plump. If you want great lips, then this is the method for you!
- Mix a little bit of olive oil with some sugar in a small bowl. Experiment with the quantities until the mixture is pasty in consistency. Gently rub the mixture on your lips with a wash cloth, massaging in circular motions. The longer you rub in the mixture, the more intensely you will exfoliate your lips. Rinse the mixture off with warm water. Just remember to rehydrate the sensitive skin you just exposed by putting on your favorite lip balm to finish it off. Your lips should feel soft and silky smooth!
3. Hair Repair
ALL HAIR TYPES:
Raw Egg: Raw eggs are amazing for your hair! The yolk, rich in fats and proteins, is naturally moisturizing, while the white, which contains bacteria-eating enzymes, removes unwanted oils.
To Use: For normal hair, use the entire egg to condition hair; use egg whites only to treat oily hair; use egg yolks only to moisturize dry, brittle hair. Use 1/2 cup of whichever egg mixture is appropriate for you and apply to clean, damp hair. If there isn’t enough egg to coat scalp and hair, use more as needed. Leave on for 20 minutes, rinse with cool water (to prevent egg from “cooking”) and shampoo hair. Whole egg and yolks-only treatments can be applied once a month; whites-only treatment can be applied every two weeks.
Avocado: Combine 1 banana, 1 ripe avocado, and 1 tsp olive oil. Blend all ingredients together and massage into your hair from roots to ends, covering thoroughly. Let sit for 30 minutes. Shampoo well, then rinse with apple cider vinegar.
Honey: If you have dry, sun or heat damaged hair—nature’s sweetener can help. Honey is a natural humectant, which means it attracts and locks in moisture.
To Use: Massage approximately 1/2 cup honey into clean, damp hair, let sit for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. You can also add 1 to 2 Tbsp olive oil to loosen the honey for easier application. For extremely sun-damaged hair, trying mixing honey with 1 to 2 Tbsp of a protein-rich ingredient, like avocado or egg yolk, which will help replenish the keratin protein bonds that UV rays attack. Treatment can be applied once a month.
What DIY/budget friendly products do you use to help keep your skin and hair looking fresh and healthy? Share with us in a comment below!
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There are many things that make college some of the best years of your life. Financial freedom is not one of them. Instead of sacrificing all of those fun nights out with your friends, learn to save and spend your money wisely! Check out this article I found on NerdWallet that gives tips and tricks to students looking to live up their college years without racking up the debt.
Need Extra Cash?
1. Fill out online scholarships
Take advantage of scholarships offered online through websites like Collegescholarships.com and Fastweb.com. With a wide range of topics and categories, it’s likely you’ll find a couple that intrigue you.
2. Look into becoming an RA
Most college dorms offer RA programs that let you subsidize your housing cost, make some extra cash, or both.
3. On-campus jobs
On-campus jobs might include working the front desk at your campus gym or working in the cafeteria. The commitment is usually lower than off-campus jobs and as far as convenience goes, you can’t beat that location!
If you don’t know any families nearby, you can find open positions through a website like Care.com.
If babysitting isn’t your forte, you can check out Craigslist or other websites to find families eager for a college student to tutor their budding prodigy.
7. Sell your stuff
If you’ve got things to buy, then you probably have things to sell. Make some extra cash by selling your old items on eBay and Craigslist. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure!
Take Advantage of Being a Student
1. Use your student ID
Many retailers, movie theaters, and other everyday destinations offer student discounts when a valid student ID is presented.
2. Take advantage of other student discounts
There are easy-to-access student discounts for items that are not so daily as well. Apple, HP, and Dell are just some of the technology companies that offer student discounts on laptops, etc. Many airline companies also offer student rates on plane tickets and travel packages.
3. Free campus entertainment
Check out what kind of free events your campus offers to students. A lot of schools organize karaoke nights, movie nights, free concerts and other events free-of-charge for students looking to stay busy on the weekends. As an added bonus, this is a great way to expand your social circle and meet some people you might not otherwise come across.
4. Get involved
Look out for cultural events or special lectures around campus that include lunch or dinner. Save $10 and learn something new. It’s a win-win.
1. Make lists
Bring lists with you whenever you go shopping and stick to them! That way, you don’t overspend on groceries or clothing.
2. Develop a weekly routine
Get a routine going to make you more efficient. This will cut down on how many loads of laundry you end up doing, along with other frequent tasks that cost you money.
3. Save those coupons!
Collecting coupons and frequent visitor punch cards is only helpful if you actually use them. Keep these things in sight so that you remember.
Get Money Smart!
1. Cut out bad habits
Get rid of bad habits that eat at your wallet like smoking and drinking. And get the added bonus of better health!
2. Evaluate your everyday expenses
Review the things you buy everyday like your morning coffee. Things that cost just $1 a day can add up over time. Look into cheaper options.
3. Make a budget for yourself
Keep track of your monthly expenses and income to stay within your limits. This will show you were those spending leaks are happening. Mint.com and other services are great expense trackers.
4. Re-evaluate your meal plan
If your campus uses a fixed-meal plan and you don’t eat much, then it’s probably not the best way to go. You can also try cooking on your own, as this is usually cheaper than the campus meal plan.
5. Get a bike
Instead of spending money on gas, car insurance and maintenance, invest $300 in a good bike. You’ll save money and get some exercise as well. And speaking of…
6. Lose the car
If it’s an option, leave your car behind completely to eliminate parking tickets and cut out auto expenses.
7. Stay alert
Saving money means protecting it too. Watch out for traps designed for naïve students like store credit cards. Tricky terms and conditions and complex interest rates can sneak up on you when you least expect it
Want More Ideas?
1. Expand your horizons
Check local listings for free festivals, museums, and art galleries nearby. During the summer, keep an eye out for outdoor concerts and farmers markets as well. Websites like funcheap.com list low-cost events in your area.
Never underestimate group buying power! Groupon is a great way to snag discounts and find new, exciting events in your area. Try using Groupon Now (its mobile app) to avoid buying coupons you never use.
3. Share clothes with roommates
Save money by sharing clothes and/or trading with friends. Try organizing a clothing swap every quarter or semester.
Take advantage of your close quarters and coordinate rides with friends.
5. Learn to love DIY projects
Pinterest and YouTube offer tons of tutorials and guides that help you learn how to make and do things yourself instead of spending money on them.
6. Be confident and be yourself!
Don’t worry about “keeping up” if all your friends are getting money from their parents and you’re not. Don’t worry about the latest fashions if you can’t afford it. Remember – you’re only a college student once and making memories is priceless.
For the full article….click here!
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Being an adult is tough. More responsibility, more things to pay for. It just comes with getting older. Thankfully, there are many tools and resources to help cut us adults some slack. One of those is BillPayer. Now, have you ever been too busy that you almost forgot to pay a bill or you were late on getting your mail and had to make a late payment? If that’s the case, then you should be utilizing this free service brought to you by your credit union.
So, What is Online BillPayer?
Online BillPayer is a service that allows you to pay virtually anyone or any company through your online banking account. You determine who you want to pay, when you want to make the payment, and which account you want the payment to come from. It’s safe, secure and easy to use.
With this free service you can:
- Pay bills online with instant access anytime, anywhere without the expense of stamps.
- Schedule one time or recurring payments and never worry about missing a bill
- Protect against check fraud making electronic payments and avoiding unsecured mail
What are the primary benefits of online BillPayer?
Here’s a quick list of the many ways you can benefit from using online BillPayer:
- Save time. It takes only minutes to pay your bills each month. You save time on trips to the post office and filing away paper receipts. In addition, smart features such as recurring payments allow you to set up a schedule to pay your bills automatically.
- Save money. Online BillPayer saves on postage, envelopes, late fees, and checks. If you pay just 10 bills per month, you can easily save a good chunk of change per year.
- Stay organized. Your payment history is stored online so you won’t have to file and sort through paper receipts.
- Gain peace of mind. You can schedule payments in advance so you won’t have to worry about paying bills when you travel. BillPayer reminders are also available to notify you it’s time to pay your bill.
- Help the environment by saving paper. With online BillPayer, there are no checks to write or envelopes to mail. That’s good news for you and the environment.
Interested in signing up for BillPayer at Community 1st Credit Union? Click here for a quick demo! You won’t regret it, I promise!
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