HawaiiUSA is celebrating National Financial Literacy month by getting financially fit.
Many “green” topics are brought up during Earth Week – things like moving to paperless to renewable energy initiatives are made possible thr…
For parents and students, this is an opportunity to practice savings, budgeting, and planning.
No matter if it’s your first or fifth time buying a car, there are many misconceptions and myths about car loans and payments.
City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Planning and Permitting tells us more ADUs and its benefits.
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is your one stop shop for any type of financing.
The holiday season is a time when we tend to spend a little more money than usual because of Christmas gifts or maybe unexpected expenses. J…
Most Americans loathe tax season. Collecting documents, filling out forms and sending money to Uncle Sam. It’s not an enjoyable process. Bu…
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union gives us some tips on what we can do to protect ourselves from charity scams.
It can seem daunting, but HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union has all the financial tools to help you look after your family for many generations…
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is being recognized as top Small Business Administration lender on Oahu and Maui. SBA Administrator and Membe…
In today’s Money Matters, HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union explains the importance of preparing before a natural disaster hits.
With upcoming changes to Hawaii State Laws, financial planning for the future of your special needs child is changing.
The next college fair in Honolulu will be on Tuesday, October 27 at the Hawaii Convention Center from 5-8pm.
As parents, we’re one of the biggest influences for our keiki, especially in regards to money and big purchases.
Scott Young joins us in studio to give us financial education tips for what is in the consumer’s control.
We’re learning more about the bill this morning from Jun Yang, Executive Director of the Office of Housing.
Bill 20, if approved, will allow homeowners on Oahu to build units on their properties that could be used as long term rentals.
In today’s Money Matters, Jo Ann Nagatori from Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union joins us with some financial travel tips.
Scott Kaulukukui and Tommy Nakano from HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union offers tips on how to reduce your risk of becoming an identity theft v…