Mission Fed

We live in a consumer society where it is easy to find ourselves in unnecessary debt and living above our means. Use these money management best practices to help you put a lid on our spending and expenses.
Showing appreciation for your employees is a great business practice because it helps improve employee retention, satisfaction and performance, as well as better service for your customers. It also helps employees feel like a valued part of the team and the corporate culture, which helps improve employee morale. Find out more about how to invest in the success of your team!
Understanding how the credit score scale works and why your credit score matters will help you work on improving and maintaining a good credit score. While mistakes can hurt your credit score and impede your ability to secure loans and low interest rates, a good credit score can mean better rates on loans and credit cards. Find out more about why your credit score matters and improve your financial future today!
Heart disease is the number one health threat to women. That’s why Mission Fed has partnered with CBS Channel 8 on their 8’s Go Red for Women project to support the San Diego Division of the American Heart Association. And now through February 28, you can help support Go Red for Women by making a donation at any Mission Fed branch.
Personal money management made easy when you open a Mission Fed Checking Account or Savings Account—plus you’re banking with the largest locally owned financial institution exclusively serving San Diego County! Find out more.
The holiday season is a special time for San Diegans and Mission Fed. Not only is the weather beautiful and many streets and offices decorated to bring cheer, but there’s also a lot of fun family-friendly activities throughout the county. Read this week’s blog and start planning your holiday outings.
The holiday season is a time to be thankful for friends, family and all that we have in our lives. The holidays also come with a lot of expenses such as gift purchases and travel. Combining your everyday expenses with holiday expenses can be a lot to budget for, which is why a Mission Fed Credit Card can help out in case you need emergency funds. Read more to find out how our Credit Cards can benefit you well past the holidays.
Return Kindness with us by displaying a random act of kindness to a stranger this holiday season. No deed is too small and all are appreciated. Help us continue the attitude of gratitude 200,000 times and watch Mission Fed Return Kindness every week on Facebook.
Thank you for making us 200,000 members strong! In October, we’re saying thank you in many ways like Member Appreciation Week at all 30 branches, #MyMissionFedMoment social media drawing, $1 Million Mission Fed Money Match, Refer a Friend and more. Read this week’s blog to find out how we’re celebrating you, our member.

The holidays are right around the corner, which means vacations, entertaining guests and plenty of gifts for friends and family. With all the fun you’re having during the holidays, you shouldn’t have to worry about having enough money or overspending and bursting your budget. Here are some tips to help you plan and budget so that doesn’t happen.

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