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Planning for Retirement & Retirement Accounts

February 4, 2021

Planning for retirement is a long multi-step process that takes years of preparing and saving. It can look differently to each individual. Maybe you would like to fully retire to travel the world or spend time with family. Or others may still want to work part time. Whatever lifestyle you choose, getting a head start … Continue reading Planning for Retirement & Retirement Accounts




Retirement Account Basics: 401k vs. IRA

January 11, 2021

Many of us have retirement accounts through either employers or of our own contributions.  Two of the more common today are the 401(k) Plan and the Individual Retirement Account (IRA).  Both have a variant known as a Roth, and all four allow for your investments to grow tax free. Each has certain features, tax benefits … Continue reading Retirement Account Basics: 401k vs. IRA




The Rise of Cash App Scams

December 14, 2020

The Rise of Cash App Scams If you frequently send money to friends and family, you may know a few wire transfer apps that offer this service, like Venmo, Zelle, or Cash App. And while sending hard-earned money back and forth through cyberspace on an app doesn’t sound safe, it generally is. However, are there some exceptions? Always. … Continue reading The Rise of Cash App Scams




Why I Relay – Pam Burns

June 7, 2016

I am walking for Relay of Life for several reasons. My nana died from cancer when I was 12 years old. That was my first experience with death and at an impressionable age did not really know how to deal with it. I miss her to this day. Now in my fifties it feels like … Continue reading Why I Relay – Pam Burns




Why I Relay – Carol Strickland

June 2, 2016

Every single person knows of someone that is close to them that has been affected by cancer. Cancer is hard on all, not just the patient. We must remember the caregivers that relinquish a lot of their time to help the cancer patient. Fifteen years ago I lost my dad. Not to cancer specifically but … Continue reading Why I Relay – Carol Strickland




My Reason to Relay – Melissa Corbett

May 27, 2016

Nowadays, we are all touched by cancer in some way – a grandparent, a spouse, a friend. It is so difficult to watch our loved ones’ health deteriorate and feel helpless, but every once in a while, we are given the chance to be a part of a life-saving miracle. This is my story: In … Continue reading My Reason to Relay – Melissa Corbett




Why I Relay – Marie Garrity

May 20, 2016

Like most, I know several people who have or have had cancer. Chrissy, Kristine, Margaret, Cindy, Bob, Helen, just to name a few. As an employee at the Y, I met dozens of cancer survivors who participated in the Livestrong at the Y program. But it really hit close to home a couple years ago. … Continue reading Why I Relay – Marie Garrity




My Reason to Relay

May 16, 2016

Cancer does not discriminate – from elderly to infancy, and everyone in between. At one time or another it has touched you, I know it surely has touched me. Relay for Life is not just an excuse to pull an all-nighter or get in some extra exercise around the track. It is celebrating those who … Continue reading My Reason to Relay




The Value of a Credit Union

April 7, 2016

What is a credit union? What makes it so special? These are not unreasonable questions. Actually, before I jumped into the credit union world full force, I wondered the same things. Here is the low-down on all things credit union: A credit union is member owned. What does that mean? To establish membership at a … Continue reading The Value of a Credit Union




PCTFCU Sponsors WHS Student

March 5, 2015

PCT Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that they have awarded Wareham High School student, Joseph Nash, a sponsorship to fully fund his competition expenses for the 2015 Distributive Education Club of America (DECA) International Career Development Conference (ICDC). The credit union has had the pleasure of employing Joe since June of 2014. Joe … Continue reading PCTFCU Sponsors WHS Student