You’re constantly on the go and checking your balance and paying bills from home might not always be convenient. Omaha Federal’s mobile banking app allows you to do this and more — when and where it’s convenient for you.
Download our “Omaha Federal Credit Union” app from your App store today to:
Check your balance — Within seconds, check the balance of all your Omaha Federal accounts.
Pay bills — Make payments to anyone or any company by scheduling one-time or recurring payments.
Transfer money — Make transfers between your Omaha Federal accounts and send funds electronically to accounts outside of the credit union. Make payments to different merchants electronically.
Get alerts — Sign up to receive mobile texts alerting you to low account balances and loan payment due dates for all your Omaha Federal accounts.
Check statements — View monthly statements for your Omaha Federal credit card.
For more information, download our mobile banking app visit one of our branches, or call us at 402.399.9001.
As the leaves begin to change color, it’s time to start thinking about your year-end money strategy. The fall and winter holidays are closer than you think. Use the following strategies to make the rest of the year count.
1. Clean out your closet. You looked into your closet and decided you have nothing to wear. Before you start buying new clothes, pull out your cold weather clothes and give them a good look. Try them on to make sure everything still fits and donate what you no longer wish to keep.
2. Add holidays into your budget. This year, the year-end holiday celebrations will likely be virtual rather than in-person, so you’re less likely to have travel expenses, but there’s still a chance you may overspend on gifts and decorations. If you haven’t already made a spending plan for them, do so now. Figure out how much you can afford to spend and stick to that amount.
4. Spend your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) dollars. Use it or lose it. You’ve already saved this money, so don’t leave it on the table. Check your FSA documentation to see what health-related expenses you can use this account for and use those dollars.
5. Plan to use your vacation days. Using your vacation days is key to living a successful, balanced life. Even if you have a staycation, it’s critical to use your well-deserved days off. If you plan now, you can even save for a weekend getaway before the end of the year. Life is all about balance.
As the weather turns colder, it’s a great time to reflect on the money progress you’ve made throughout the past year and start focusing on small wins to finish the year right.