Are you looking to evaluate how you and your partner approach expenses? It's not always easy to determine how to divide up finances in a marriage or other partnership. Here are four finance strategies for couples that may work for you and your partner.Read More
Are you looking to evaluate how you and your partner approach expenses? It's not always easy to determine how to divide up finances in a marriage or other partnership. Here are four finance strategies for couples that may work for you and your partner.
This week’s employee spotlight is Eduardo Gomez, Indirect Relationship Officer at our Orenco Station branch. Eduardo started working at OnPoint in 2016 as a Member Service Specialist; he recently joined our Alternate Delivery Lending team. Here is what Eduardo had to share about his life and experiences at OnPoint:
Taking a summer trip allows you to let off some steam, bond with friends or family and make new memories. However, a poorly planned vacation can put an uncomfortable strain on your budget, which could take away from some of the fun you have planned. Here are some useful tips for planning an affordable getaway you'll truly enjoy:
This week’s employee spotlight is John Palmeri, Branch Manager for our Hawthorne branch, which opened in May 2018. John started working at OnPoint in 2014 and we are excited to have his help in bringing OnPoint to the Hawthorne neighborhood.
If you're like most people at the start of their investment journey, you may not be active in the stock market yet. Before you meet with a professional, you can do a quick financial assessment yourself. Here are four signs you're ready to start investing.
Vanessa recently took on a new role as a Mortgage Boarder at the NW 27th and Vaughn Branch. Vanessa started working at OnPoint in October 2016 as a Teller where she displayed her ability to adapt to new challenges.
Getting your finances in shape may sound like a daunting task, but it's an important one. Your financial health will affect major decisions later on, like what kind of home you can buy or when you can retire. The following six-step plan can help put you on the right track.
Increasing savings is a worthy goal, and finding new ways to spend less money often means getting creative. Rethinking spending and changing behaviors takes practice. Here are three often-overlooked saving strategies that can help you find more ways to save.
This week’s employee spotlight is Tara Cunningham, Branch Manager for our Sellwood branch. Tara started working at OnPoint in October 1997; we are incredibly grateful for Tara’s contributions over the last 20+ years. Here is what Tara had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
You can begin saving for your child's future at any time; some parents even choose to open a savings account the moment they discover they're expecting a child. The hardest part about savings is determining which method is right for you. The good news? You have options.