Month: January 2019

Tips to Help Recover Your Financial Footing

Looking to Improve Your Credit Score? It’s a number that tells the story of your credit history and can greatly affect your ability to obtain a loan or a credit card. Ranging between 300 and 850, a credit score is used as the indicator of how financially stable a person is. Those on the low… Read more

Richard Klefsky Promoted to Senior Vice President Retail Banking

Suffolk Federal is proud to announce the promotion of Richard Klefsky to Senior Vice President of Retail Banking located at the Medford branch. In this position, Klefsky oversees all aspects of operations, member services, employee performance, product research and strategic development for retail banking. Klefsky additionally oversees all facilities making certain that all credit union… Read more

Eva Casale promoted to Senior Vice President of Information Technology

Suffolk Federal is proud to announce the promotion of Eva Casale to Senior Vice President of Information Technology located at the Medford branch. In this position, Casale is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the Information Technology department including management, implementation, cyber security testing and review, usability of technology and computer systems and… Read more

Announcing Scholarships to Make the Dream of Attending College Possible

Suffolk Federal is offering local Suffolk County students a wonderful opportunity to win academic scholarships to Suffolk County Community College to ensure their hopes of attending college can come true. Through this program and partnership, six scholarships will be awarded from $5,000 or $10,000 each. Application deadline is now past. Recipients for the following scholarships will… Read more

New Year, New Ways to Save More

The holidays are officially over: No more decorations, parties, or presents—no more holiday spending, either! Chances are, you gave your checking account quite the workout over the last few weeks, but now it’s time to replenish your available balance and start saving. Experts recommend you set aside at least 15 percent of your income every… Read more

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