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Difficult Times

Power Financial Credit Union is here to help make life’s challenging moments better. Today. Tomorrow. Always.

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As a result of a life changing event such as divorce, loss of a job, or even the death of a loved one, Power Financial Credit Union is here for you. Our Member Assistance Group has the knowledge to work with you one on one to help navigate you through the possible unfamiliar issues that may have arisen during this difficult time. Whether you simply need to make alternate payment arrangements or you would like us to aid you in a new financial direction, the Member Assistance Group is empowered to help so your accounts and credit remain in good standing with the Credit Union. Every life has its ups and downs. At Power Financial Credit Union, we understand that bad things happen to good members. When there are challenges in your life, know that Power Financial Credit Union will be there to help you cope with the financial aspects of your situation in any way we can.

Divorce

Financial decisions related to a divorce are often emotionally painful, unclear, or even in dispute. It’s important to develop your financial plans as early as possible, and to make sure that children are adequately cared for. Power Financial Credit Union has a variety of services that may help make the transition easier.

Death of a Loved One

Finances are the last thing you want to think about after the death of a loved one. However, it’s important to make sure their financial wishes are followed, especially if you’re the appointed executor of a will. It’s also important that creditors, insurance companies, etc. are properly notified, and that all assets are found and properly distributed. Facing these issues can be painful, but it’s also the first step toward gaining a sense of control and beginning to heal.

Loss of Job

In recent years, layoffs have become common as companies merge, reorganize, and cut costs. If you’re going through a job loss, it’s important to make a plan and get control of your finances quickly so that you and your family can weather the financial uncertainty. Taking action by cutting personal expenditures, freeing up liquid funds, and communicating with creditors can also be a healthy way to start coping emotionally.

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