Dawn Virgilio

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Dawn Virgilio is VP Financial Planning & Analysis at Mission Federal Credit Union. She has enjoyed a long career working for financial institutions, the majority of that time (25 years) dedicated to credit unions. She really likes numbers, especially when they add up and multiply.

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What are you saving for?

What are you saving for?

With a savings plan and the right Savings Accounts, you can accomplish your savings goals, or as we like to call them, Mission Fed Moments. Let us help you identify what you want to save for and the accounts that can best help you achieve your goals.

7 Common Mistakes in Budgeting Money

7 Common Mistakes in Budgeting Money

Some of the best money savings tips have to do with budgeting your money properly. Common mistakes, like not leaving room in your budget for fun or everyday spending, can break your budget and cause unnecessary frustration. Use these budgeting tips to keep track of your spending, save for emergencies and pay off debt. A realistic budget can help set you up for financial success!

How to Save Money for Short- and Long-Term Goals

How to Save Money for Short- and Long-Term Goals

Saving money is an essential skill. Whether you’re saving for short-term goals like a special holiday or long-term goals like a nest egg for your family, there are ways to build up your savings each month without making major sacrifices. Find out the best way to save money day-to-day, as well how to make the most of the savings you have.

Happy Financial Literacy Month

Happy Financial Literacy Month

Financial literacy is important for everyone at all stages of life. Some of the most important life lessons we can learn are how to manage our finances, budget and save. We take great pride in the products, services, community sponsorships and financial education we provide to San Diegans and our membership. Your success is our bottom line, and that means supporting financial literacy all year long and for San Diegans.

Savings Tips for Thirty-Somethings

Savings Tips for Thirty-Somethings

These savings tips for thirty-somethings can help young professionals manage their savings to meet their priorities, such as building their credit, purchasing a new car, buying a home or putting money away for retirement. By choosing the right financial products from a lender with competitive rates and great educational resources, thirty-somethings can successfully save for their future while still enjoying the present.

Family Vacations On a Budget

Family Vacations On a Budget

There are many ways to save money while planning a family vacation—and Mission Fed is here to help you! Whether it’s using the smart features of your Savings Accounts to budget for your getaway or using your free Mission Rewards points to book your flight, Mission Fed is happy to be by your side as you prep and plan your family vacation. Find out what other steps you can take to make your next family vacation smooth sailing!

Reduce your interest rate and keep more money in your pocket

Reduce your interest rate and keep more money in your pocket

Since your financial situation typically fluctuates over time, it’s good to keep an eye out for low rate Auto Loans and Mission Fed is here to help! Mission Fed offers Auto Loans with our Bottom Line Rates Every Day, meaning you can refinance your automobile with a low interest rate and flexible terms. Refinancing to a low rate could mean more money in your pocket for fun adventures around San Diego and spending more time with friends and family. It’s not how much money you make in life; it’s how much you spend—and save!

Four goals you'll definitely love saving up for in the long run

Four goals you'll definitely love saving up for in the long run

Savings goals are often considered from a short-term perspective. If you’re eyeing that new big-screen TV or the latest smartphone, a quick savings plan—say, a few months or so—can help you obtain those must-have gadgets or other desirable items, but what about your long-term savings outlook? What is worth saving for in the long run?

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