Newsletter: Spring 2013


    With the turmoil of the financial crisis now well behind us, 2012 was one of our most successful years ever. We are very pleased with our exceptionally strong financial performance. I am very proud of what Community First has become and more importantly, I am thrilled about how our success positions us for the future.

  • Teaching Teens Financial Responsibility

    How can you tame your teens cash demands and avoid the money wrangles, while also instilling a sense of financial responsibility? Here are a few ideas:

  • What to Do With a Tax Refund

    It's tempting to blow your tax refund on an important shopping spree or the latest tech gadget, but don't drop those dollars just yet. Before you spend your refund, think about where that money would really be best used.

  • Five Steps to Staying Safe on Social Networks

    The star of every social networking site is YOU. Your profile is often filled with extensive details about your history including your birth date, employment history and hometown. But some social networks are taking things a step further. They know where you are right now.

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