After weeks of touring potential homes, evaluating neighborhoods and making your purchase, you're finally a new homeowner. Before you start changing wall colors and hanging your family portrait, first you'll need to take care of a few important tasks. Here's your just-bought-a-home checklist to guide you through the next steps:Read More
After weeks of touring potential homes, evaluating neighborhoods and making your purchase, you're finally a new homeowner. Before you start changing wall colors and hanging your family portrait, first you'll need to take care of a few important tasks. Here's your just-bought-a-home checklist to guide you through the next steps:
Are you confident that you’re getting the most from your money? Investing your money smartly may boost your wealth, helping you achieve your
life and financial goals, and ultimately lead to a comfortable retirement.
This week’s employee spotlight is Christy Blair, who started as a Teller with OnPoint in 2017 and was recently promoted to a Member Service Representative at the Gresham branch. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
To help you get the most of your new Digital Banking experience, here are some tips on what’s new, what’s changed, and what we’re still working on.
This week’s employee spotlight is Guy Poppe, Commercial Credit Administration Manager at our Montgomery Park headquarters. Guy joined OnPoint as a Commercial Loan Underwriter in 2011 and was subsequently promoted to manager within his department. Here is what he had to share about his life and experiences at OnPoint.
Your 20’s is a great time to create a strong financial foundation on which you can build for years to come. Here are four financial habits that can benefit you for the rest of your life.
This week’s employee spotlight is Emily Klump, Indirect Loan Processor at our Montgomery Park headquarters. After 10 years in retail, Emily joined OnPoint as a Member Service Specialist in 2012 and has since made a great addition to our indirect lending team.
There are several methods for creating a budget. The most common are monthly, annual and bi-weekly. What will work best for you often is the method that is in alignment with your pay periods or your personal preference on how you think about your money. Here is an overview of each method, including their unique advantages and disadvantages.
We are excited to introduce our new online and mobile banking platform, which offers enhanced security and features to make your digital banking experience better and more intuitive.
Everyone can benefit from a little help now and then when it comes to financial literacy. One of the first steps in improving your own financial literacy is creating a budget.