Am I saving enough for retirement? Are my eggs in enough baskets? Donna Ricotta at Pioneer Investment Services has the knowledge and experience that can help you answer these questions and more, and she is conveniently located at Pioneer Federal Credit Union
Nominations are in and PFCU is on the list for Best of Treasure Valley for Banks/Credit Unions. Go and VOTE for PFCU as the Best credit union in the Treasure Valley!
Mark your calendars! Here is a list of our 2015 branch closure dates and member events.
According to the FBI, canny con artists are increasingly draining the equity of unsuspecting homeowners by tapping into their home equity lines of credit.
Kmart recently discovered their payment data system had been breached.
Pioneer Federal Credit Union has been named one of the 2014 Best Credit Unions to Work for.
Both Home Depot and Albertsons grocery stores were recently involved in security breaches.
2013- A Year of Innovation and Growth
As you may have heard, Albertson’s grocery stores were involved in a security breach.
Fake checks are making it tougher to tell if someone is offering you a real deal or just another scam.
PFCU has made some changes to our phone directory. You can still reach us during normal business hours at (208) 587-3304, but some of our options have changed
The new PFCU mobile banking applications for Android, iPhone, and iPad are now available for download.
PFCU was excited to participate in a recent game of life at Nampa High School.
Children can learn money skills as early as age 3!
The recent Open SSL (Heartbleed) security breach does not impact PFCU websites.
Pioneer Federal Credit Union has again been named by the Idaho Business Review as one of Idaho’s Top Ten places to work.
Pioneer Federal Credit Union is proud to have had the opportunity to serve our members for 60 years
Helpful information explaining how to handle your 1098 and 1099 tax forms.
A few ideas for ways to make your online passwords more secure.
Mobile banking presents the risk that you could have sensitive account data — and by extension, your money — stolen if you're not careful.
PFCU has been informed that some of our members are receiving phone calls and texts on their mobile phones asking them to verify their debit card numbers and security code on the back of their debit card. This is a scam!
Pioneer is featured as a Participant in the Walk 150 Business Challenge! Click to learn more about the program and PFCU's involvement.
On Saturday, August 10, a team of PFCU employees competed in the Dirty Dash up at Bogus Basin. Check out their before and after pictures!
PFCU employees and their families celebrate at this year's beautiful Summer Shindig.
This year’s annual meeting will be held on September 18, 2013, at 5:30 PM at the Main Office of PFCU in Mountain Home, Idaho.
Online fraud takes many forms, but fraud scams known as phishing remain most prevalent.
You can use your home equity to consolidate debt, pay for medical bills, college tuition, cars, business start-ups -- as well as home improvements.
Beginning June 25, 2013, PFCU will notify members of suspicious debit/credit card activity via text message or automated phone call.
A tax hike on credit unions would be a tax hike on all American consumers.
Practical tips to take the hassle and the expense out of a summer vacation.
When it comes to spring cleaning, you probably haul the junk out of your garage, scrub your fridge, and wash the rugs and drapes. But don’t forget about your personal finances.
PFCU has been informed that some of our members are getting phone calls on their mobile phones asking them to verify their debit card numbers. This is a scam! Pioneer FCU will never ask our members to verify their info in this manner. We advise our members not to give out any account information to third parties. If you have given your debit card number to anyone other than a PFCU employee, please call (208) 587-3304 as soon as possible.
About two-thirds of taxpayers are expecting a refund this year. If you're among the group due a refund and aim to save some or all of it, here are a few smart ways to stash that cash.
Through information compiled from confidential surveys voluntarily completed by employees, Pioneer has been recognized by the Idaho Business Review as one of the top-scoring workplaces in the "Large Companies" category.
Are you benefiting from all the tax advantages available to you? Are you sure? Here are a few tax ABCs that may help.
Last Sunday, January 27th marked the first day that a merchant would be allowed to charge you a “checkout fee” (merchant-imposed surcharge) for paying with a credit card. While not all retailers will do this, you should know your rights when it comes to this practice.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is encouraging qualified taxpayers to make plans now to take advantage of a tax credit designed to help low- and middle-income workers save for retirement.
The star of every social networking site is Y-O-U. 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.
If you're a small-business owner or self-employed, you'll acquire a lot of paperwork throughout the year. Though you might find yourself in a throwing-out frenzy, you should keep some items.
Transportation is important because it accounts for a big chunk of your budget. Here are some guidelines for finding the right car.
If you're looking for a way to simplify the investment process and make it easy to save for retirement, consider lifecycle funds.
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