Category: News

April is Financial Literacy Month

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This Financial Literacy Month, we invite you to join us in prioritizing your financial well-being and taking steps to build a brighter financial future. Whether you’re just starting your financial journey or looking to enhance your existing knowledge, COPFCU is here to support you every step of the way.

2024 COPFCU Scholarship Recipients

We’re thrilled to announce the recipients of this year’s scholarship awards. These individuals have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements, leadership qualities, and a commitment to their communities.

Should I Consolidate or Refinance My Student Loan Debt?

Refinancing or consolidating your student loans could be a good idea. But the only way you’ll know is if you understand the differences and similarities between them.

Protect Yourself from Romance Scams This Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Protect your heart and your wallet this season by learning how to spot and avoid a Romance Scam.

Strategic Financial Resolutions for a Prosperous New Year

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Make 2024 the year you take charge of your financial destiny. With strategic resolutions and proactive steps, you’ll set the stage for a prosperous and secure future.

New Reporting Requirements for Businesses

New Reporting Requirements for Businesses

Beginning January 1, 2024, new businesses will be required to report their beneficial owner information (BOI) electronically to FinCEN through a database called BOSS (Beneficial Ownership Secure System).

Home Warranty Scam Letters

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COPFCU members have reported receiving these Home Warranty scam letters in the mail. If you receive a similar letter, please disregard the information and dispose of it immediately.

Phantom Hacker Fraud Alert

Fraud Safety

The FBI is warning consumers of a growing financial scam that’s being referred to as “The Phantom Hacker”, where scammers are impersonating technology, financial institutions, and government officials.

How to Safeguard Yourself Against Fraud

Protect Yourself From Fraud

As technology advances, so do the tactics employed by fraudsters. By staying informed and taking proactive steps, you can help safeguard yourself against fraud.

Battle of the Badges Charity Softball Game

Battle of the Badges Charity Softball Game

Join us to cheer on our local police and fire as they go head-to-head in our 2nd annual battle of the badges charity softball game.