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Whereas more tantalizing avenues like stocks and other high-risk investments can pose serious pitfalls, savings accounts represent a less flashy but more secure option. That said, although the dependability and benefits of savings accounts have never been in question, the emergence of online banking has made it difficult to select the optimal account.

One of the jobs of a parent is to teach their children how to save money; quite often, this involves household chores and a piggy bank. While this is a good primer on instilling financially wise habits, for some reason, many parents neglect to continue this financial tutelage as their child grows into a teenager and then adulthood. As a result, far too many people enter their adult years without a savings account or a significant amount of money in the account they do have.

Plus, if you’re an educator or work in the education field in San Diego County, you can get four $1 fair admission vouchers at any Mission Fed branch starting June 1! But hurry—vouchers are only available while supplies last.
Everything we do is driven first by understanding your short- and long-term needs, then caring for your needs in the way that’s most effective and convenient for you. We’re for people, not for profit so you can think of us as your one-stop financial services provider. Open an account at Mission Fed today!
It’s time to get a new car, but you’re unsure where to look and how to finance it—at least, most San Diegans are. At Mission Federal Credit Union, we want to help you get the right automobile for the right price. To help our members and not-yet-members, we conducted a survey all about buying your next car. Read the responses now.
Do you ever wonder how other San Diegans manage their credit card debt? To help our members, Mission Fed conducted a survey to help answer just that. We surveyed 400 San Diegans to find out how they use their credit cards and how Mission Fed can help them pay off their credit card debt. See their responses now.
Mission Fed was proud to support Susan G. Komen San Diego RACE FOR THE CURE® The Walk to End Breast Cancer on Sunday, November 4. The walk brings a community of people together to raise awareness and funds to help end breast cancer. Mission Fed believes in the power of community, so in addition to sponsoring this walk, we also planted “Mission Hearts in the Community” hearts along the walk route. When found, each heart was worth a $100 donation to a San Diego based nonprofit. Learn more about this event now.
It’s helpful to hear new tips for saving money around the holidays, so Mission Fed asked some experts for their favorite money-saving tricks. Starting to shop and save early is a clear theme, with one expert starting her shopping in August. Other shopping suggestions include looking at secondhand and store brand options to discover great deals on excellent finds. Choosing no- or low-cost gifts was another idea, encouraging thoughtful gifting over spending. Finally, experts suggest taking advantage of free resources and savings help available to you through your financial institution. Read on to find out how to save money this holiday season!
September is Hunger Awareness Month, and Mission Fed is supporting the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank Food 4 Kids Backpack Program. This program helps fight food insecurity by providing a weekend’s worth of food for children in need. Stop by any Mission Fed branch to make your donation and receive your free apple lapel pin. Join us in fighting childhood hunger today. Watch this video to learn more.
Discover the benefits of banking local by stopping by your closest Mission Fed branch today. Our award-winning service can help you enjoy your banking experience and achieve your financial goals. Even better, because we have locations all around San Diego County, it’s easy to find a branch that’s convenient for you. Come in and experience the Mission Fed Difference today, where your success is our bottom line.


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