First Commerce Money Minute
At First Commerce, we believe in empowering you with the tools you need to take control of your finances.
We are proud to partner with WCTV to feature Money Minute. Money Minute is a quick one minute segment with tips to enhance your financial well-being. Tune in on Mondays during the WCTV 5:30 pm broadcast for segments to appear on air. Local experts offer tips for reaching your financial goals, managing your money and protecting yourself from fraud. That’s the Power of You!
Over the past year, have you received additional income such as stimulus payments or tax refund? Now might be a good time to put those extra earnings toward building your financial future.
If you are a homeowner, did you know your home can be a great source of low-cost funds to pay for just about anything? Now might be a good time to consider unlocking the power in your home with a home equity line of credit (HELOC).
Did you know credit scores can have a big impact on your overall financial well-being? Understanding your credit score and it's impact can save you from potential financial stress. Watch this Money Minute segment for important tips to build your credit.
Shopping online has its perks, but be aware of scammers who are lurking and waiting to steal your confidential information. Stay alert and remember to never share personal information with someone you don't know. Join us Mondays on WCTV during the 5:30 pm broadcast as we share important tips to keep your information protected.
With so many credit card options, how do you find the right one for you? By understanding your choices you can find the credit card that fits your lifestyle. Watch this Money Minute segment for important tips on choosing the right card for you.
If you've been searching for job opportunities, you should be aware that fraudsters could steal your personal information? By using your search activity, fraudsters can quickly gain your confidental information. Join us Mondays on WCTV during the 5:30 pm broadcast as we share important tips on avoiding unemployment fraud.