Money Smarts Blog

2021's top five

Dec 15, 2021 || IHMVCU

2021's top five blog posts

The end of the year is a time to reflect, catch up on things, and plan for the next year. Here are the top 5 most- read posts on our blog of 2021.

#1   Should I lease or buy my next vehicle?

Before you lease or purchase a new car, make sure it’s the right move for you. A helpful place to start is knowing what exactly a lease is and the difference between leasing and buying.

#2   5-step guide to prevent ridiculous purchases

Should you really buy that? Follow these 5 steps to see if that impulse buy is worth it.

#3   Have kids? Extra cash could be coming your way soon

Starting July 15, eligible parents with children will receive monthly deposits from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

#4   One couple's journey to homeownership - Part 3

Keenen and Travis are your average couple on a journey to homeownership. Their journey began last July, and while they still have a lot of work to do, they are getting closer to achieving their dream.

#5   Top ten home improvements that don't increase property value

Before jumping into a big home renovation project, make sure it’s going to add enough value. Whether that’s resale value or personal value to your family as YOU live in the space. And think twice before doing one of these renovations.


Follow us on Facebook for more content, blog posts and giveaways!

Close Window
Close Window

Third Party Disclaimer

By continuing you will be leaving the main IHMVCU website. Even though you may have clicked on a link that takes you to another company's site that we have partnered with, we are not responsible for the accuracy, security, or content of their website. We encourage you to view privacy and security disclosures of all websites you visit.

Continue to:

Thanks for signing up!

Subscribe to our mailing list

What's your age range?
What financial services are you interested in?
What would you like to know more about?
What are you saving for?
Are you an IHMVCU member?
Please also send me. . .

* Everything but your first name and email is optional