Notice: Campbell Branch is closed today, Tuesday, October 11, 2022. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
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Phone Banking System Maintenance: On Tuesday, May 31st, we’ll be performing scheduled maintenance for approximately 30 minutes, starting at 10:00 p.m. PDT and ending at 10:30 p.m. PDT. During this time, you won’t be able to access your account information over the phone. Online Banking Services will still be available. Thank you for your patience as we update our systems to better serve you.
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System Maintenance: On Saturday, December 17th, we’ll be performing scheduled maintenance starting at 8:00 p.m. PT and ending on Sunday, December 18th at 5:00 a.m. PT. During this time Online Banking, Mobile Banking, and Phone Banking will be unavailable. Thank you for your patience as we update our systems to better serve you.
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All County Federal offices and branches will be closed on February 20th, in observance of Presidents' Day.
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Alert: Text scams are on the rise. Unsure about a message you received? Call us immediately at 800-282-6212 or visit your local branch - we’re here to help.
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Impacted by recent winter storms? Call us about our Emergency Relief Loan, 408-282-0700 or 800-282-6212.
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Financial Wellness - Review and Tweak

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Financial Wellness - Review and Tweak

Our member’s financial well-being is important to us. Take a look at these twelve steps and stay on top of your financial wellness.

Step 1: Track your spending

Are you regularly tracking your spending? Knowing where your money is going will help you make more responsible spending decisions in the future.

Step 2: Create and stick to a budget

Budgets need to be reviewed and tweaked every few months or so to ensure they still work for present life circumstances. If your budget no longer works for you, tweak until it does.

Step 3: Pay down debt

Have you made as much progress in your debt-paying journey as you’d hoped to by this point? Can you beef up any payments to make debt disappear sooner?

Step 4: Talk money with your partner

Have you had the big money talk with your partner? Need to revisit any of the topics you’ve discussed, such as sharing accounts, dividing expenses and saving up for a shared dream?

Step 5: Spend mindfully

Review some of your recent purchases. Are you blowing money on stuff you don’t need instead of relieving stress in a healthier manner? If so, look for better ways to de-stress.

Step 6: Pay it forward

Are you remembering to pay it forward? The money, time and smiles we share are the only moments that are truly ours.

Step 7: Pay yourself first

Are you remembering to feed your savings? At this time, you may want to consider increasing the amount you’re regularly putting into savings by trimming some discretionary expenses.

Step 8: Know when and how to indulge

Are you remembering to work your just-for-fun expenses into your budget so you can indulge without guilt? Now is a good time to look back at your indulgences to figure out if they were really good uses for your money.

Step 9: Check your credit score

If you’ve been following the rules for boosting and maintaining a high credit score, like paying your bills on time, having several active cards and keeping your credit utilization low, your score should have improved during these last few months.

Step 10: Think about retirement

Review your retirement accounts and assess whether your funds have reached the place you’d hoped they would by now.

Step 11: Start investing

Make sure your investments are performing well and that your assets are optimally diversified.

Step 12: Review your overall financial health

In this final step, you’ll review your financial health on a regular basis, just as you’ve done here.

Reviewing your financial health on a regular basis is an important part of staying financially fit.

How often do you review your financial health? County Federal provides our members with the resources to stay financially fit! Learn more here.

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