Our Stone Creek location has moved just down the road to the corner of 529 and Highway 6, in front of Best Buy and Barnes & Noble.
Copperfield Financial Center - Now Open!
7060 Highway 6, Houston, TX 77095
Come Celebrate with Us: February 21-23
Check out our new financial center and enjoy some refreshments, as well as a chance to win some great prizes! We will also have several Special Product Promotions you will only find at our Copperfield location during those celebration dates of February 21st, 22nd and 23rd.
Due to an expected high volume of traffic during those celebration dates, if you have a transaction you need to make and are not interested in being part of the celebration, you may want to consider visiting our Skinner Road location or Jones Road location to avoid any potential crowds on those dates (2/21-2/23).
Although income tax returns are not due until April 15, it’s always good idea to plan ahead and file early, especially if you expect to get a tax refund. Here are six steps to take now:
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted in December 2017 which made changes to tax rates and Federal income tax withholding. To learn about these changes and how it will affect filing, go to the IRS website.
Many perceive building up their emergency fund as challenging when trying to pay off debt. It isn't as hard as you might think. The strategy is to start small, change a few habits, and change your mindset.
Here are five ways to boost your emergency fund and change savings habits for life:
Treat savings as a bill.
Figure out what you can afford to save each month and stash away $75, $50, $25, or even $10 a month. No matter the amount, it adds up and can become habit-forming. As your financial situation improves, increase the amount.
Live one raise behind.
When you get a raise, don’t begin spending more. Instead, apply the extra amount to your emergency fund.
Set up an automatic transfer to your emergency funds account. When the credit union receives your direct-deposited pay check, you can have a portion of it put directly into your savings or emergency account. Out of sight, out of mind, but you know it's there if you really need it.
Give savings a garage-sale boost.
Go from room to room in your home and purge stuff you no longer want and need. Then schedule a garage sale. Both your house and your savings will look better.
Think of it as a life jacket.
If you can't find that initial spark to get started, ask yourself how you'd pay your bills if you lost your job tomorrow. Having an emergency fund will help you keep “your head above water.”
We are ready to help with all your savings needs.
When you’re on a tight budget and always in a rush, it’s sometimes easier to hit a fast food restaurant or just microwave a frozen dinner– meals full of sodium, sugar, and saturated fat. So how can you eat more healthy?
Here are a few tips: