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    To say coronavirus has a marked impact on the mortgage industry would be an understatement. As interest rates continue to be volatile and lending standards tighten across the board, let’s take a closer look at what specific effects the virus is having on mortgage lending and what those effects mean for future buyers.
    Here’s a look at some insights from Steve Kaminski, head of US Residential Lending at TD Bank.

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    Someone might offer you a job. Or say you’ve won a sweepstakes. Or start an online relationship with you. Whatever the story, next they want to send you money – and then ask you to send it on to someone else. They often say to wire the money or use gift cards.

  • boat on water with badge that reads your adventure starts here

    GET OUT... splash into a new boat!

    Summer has nearly passed us by... without so much as a tan!

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    Statement Inserts

    August 01, 2020 | Statements

    Here are your monthly statement inserts. In addition to these items, each statement also includes your monthly disclosures.

  • Holiday Hours

    Holiday Hours

    August 01, 2020 | Events

    SCE FCU branches will be closed on the following days. You still have access to your accounts 24/7 through Online & Mobile Banking or FastLine phone teller at 800.866.6575.

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    The process of preparing for college can be long and complicated. From researching all the options to submitting the applications, applying for financial aid and making final decisions, there are many factors and deadlines to consider. It can be overwhelming for any student to navigate, and especially so for those without much parental guidance.

  • house cutout on cracked ground

    Two major earthquakes and a series of aftershocks last year on July 4 and 5 had millions of Los Angeles residents on edge. They were the strongest quakes to hit Southern California in 20 years, with magnitudes measuring 6.4 and 7.1 at the epicenter in Ridgecrest. Surprisingly, there was little damage reported in the rural community of Ridgecrest, or 150-170 miles to the south in sprawling Los Angeles.1

  • government check

    The average federal tax refund so far this year is $2,772 – about the same as the average for 2019. But what a difference a year makes. Instead of using the money for a summer vacation, many people who have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic will need to use their refunds to pay the mortgage or buy groceries.

  • man looking out a window

    The economic fallout from the pandemic has some companies suspending their 401(k) match for employees to save money.

  • man with dog

    If you’re having to scale back on discretionary spending — whether that’s shopping, travel or something else entirely — here’s how to give up that financial habit without feeling deprived.