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What You Can Do With Your Loan's 1.5% Cash Giveback

In today’s topsy-turvy economy, getting a surprise burst of moula is no longer the instant trip to Tunica it used to be. There are some considerations you want to make to show you are still the captain of your financial ship and the master of your money domain.

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The Complete Guide to Prioritizing Bills During a Financial Crunch

If you are one of the millions of Americans on furlough, you may be panicking about incoming bills and wondering where you’ll find the money to pay for them all. Let’s take a look at what financial experts are advising now so you can make a responsible, informed decision about your finances going forward.

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The CARES Act Unpacked

The CARES Act stimulus is coming, but what does it mean for you? The checks will be nice, but who will get them and for how much? We’ve got all the information you need!

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Financial Dos and Don'ts During the Coronavirus Outbreak

With all the current uncertainty regarding the health of our economy, it’s easy to fall into a panic and wonder if there are some concrete steps you should be taking to save your personal finances from impending ruin. We're here to outline the dos and don'ts to maintain financial stability and peace of mind.

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Student Loan Suspension: What Does It Mean?

To help clear up some confusion, we will attempt to answer some of the most common questions about the President's announcement to freeze student loan interest.

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Watch for Coronavirus Scams

Scams preying on coronavirus fears are spreading as fast as the disease itself, with nefarious scammers trying to exploit public panic for their own gain. We’ve got the info!

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What You Should Know About Mortgage Refinancing

Refinancing a mortgage is essentially paying off the remaining balance on an existing home loan and then taking out a new mortgage loan, often at a lower interest rate. It may sound like a no-brainer, but there are many factors to consider before moving forward with a refinance.

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Annual Meeting 2020

As a not-for-profit that is cooperatively owned by you (our members), we all benefit when you engage and participate in credit union ownership. That’s why we are inviting you to attend our 2020 Annual Meeting. It’s an opportunity for you to meet your management, elected board, and many Listerhill employees who serve our membership. We will use this meeting to report on last year's performance and discuss future plans for Listerhill Credit Union.

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The 6 Best Features of RedBook You'll Want to Take Advantage of

You've heard of Kelley Blue Book and Black Book. They tell you the value of a car, but they don't help you find the car. We're proud to announce Listerhill RedBook - an online showroom of more than 4 million vehicles to help you find your next car!

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How Are Auto Loans Calculated? (And Why You Should Care)

When shopping for an auto loan, you know that you want the best rate and the lowest payment you can get. But do you ever stop to think about how auto loans are calculated? If not, it's time to have that conversation.

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  • Maintenance Fee

    New Fee:Details:
    Maintenance Fee We are introducing a new $5/month Maintenance Fee to all members. However, this fee can be waived if you meet just one of the following criteria: 

     • You or someone in your household has had a current loan or mortgage within the last 12 months. 
     • You or someone in your household has an open credit card 
     • You or someone in your household has an aggregate average daily balance of $3,000 in your accounts
     • You or someone in your household has a relationship with our Listerhill Financial Services department 
     • You have paid at least $125 in NSF, Transfer, or Courtesy Pay fees for the month 
     • You are under the age of 25 
     • Your account is less than 90 days old 
     • You have paid a Return Mail Fee or an Inactive Account Fee for the month
  • Jumbo Certificates Early Withdrawal Penalty

    Existing Fee:Changing To:

    Jumbo Certificates Early Withdrawal Penalty

    • Terms of 1 year or less: 30 days interest

    • Terms of over 1 year: 90 days interest

    Monthly Certificate Early Withdrawal Penalty

    • Terms of 1 year or less: 90 days interest

    • Terms of 18 mos-2 yrs: 180 days interest

    • Terms of over 2 years: 210 days interest

  • Regular Certificates Early Withdrawal Penalty

    Existing Fee:Changing To:
    Regular Certificates Early Withdrawal Penalty

     • Terms of 1 year or less: 30 days interest 
      
     • Terms of over 1 year: 90 days interest
    Quarterly Certificate Early Withdrawal Penalty 

     • Terms of 1 year or less: 90 days interest 

     • Terms of 18 mos-2yrs: 180 days interest 

     • Terms of over 2 years: 210 days interest
  • Relationship Fee

    Existing Fee:Changing To:
    Relationship Fee This fee is being eliminated. If you currently pay the $10/month Relationship Fee, you will no longer be charged this fee.
  • 60 or 72 Month Jumbo Certificate

    Existing Account:Changing To:What This Means:
    Jumbo Certificates 
    (60 month and 72 month)
    Monthly Certificate 
    (60 month)
    Certificates will now be offered in six terms instead of ten terms and a reduced minimum opening deposit of $500 is required. However, you will continue to receive the following benefits: 
     • Interest Paid Monthly 
     • Interest Paid by Deposit to Affiliate Account (Early withdrawal penalties have changed. Please see chart below.)