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TopLine Federal Credit Union Participates in Statewide Day of Kindness
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Millersville and Harrisburg, PA (October 7, 2019) – A take-home salary of $30,000 would make many graduating college students feel rich. Start factoring in day-to-day expenses, though - like housing, a car payment and insurance, a cell phone and data plan, food, clothes, and a gym membership - and before long, their budget could easily be in the red. This is the type of scenario that Millersville University of Pennsylvania students could be faced with during participation in a[...]
Sulphur, La.— CSE Federal Credit Union (CSE) attended the “Master Your Future” student conference, where Colleen Desselle, Director of Marketing, and Amy Nyberg, Business Development Specialist, taught graduating high school students the knowledge and skills needed to budget for life after high school.  CSE showed students the Five-Step Spending Plan, which included identifying spending leaks, tracking and saving money, setting financial goals, auditing progress and using [...]
Alpena, MI - September 2019 – Northland Area Federal Credit Union recently teamed up with North East Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMSCA), United Way of Alpena and Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary to sponsor a Veteran’s Coffee hour. At the “Scams, Schemes, and Fraud” presentation Veterans received information on the latest scams and fraud tactics to be aware of. “Besides the recent regular scams out there targeting members, we were able to also have a discussion[...]
(Charleston, SC)—9/26/2019 — The grand opening of Heritage Trust’s new Philip Simmons High School Branch was recently held to mark the launch of the credit union’s third student-run location in the Berkeley County School District (BCSD). Students participating in the program and working at the branch went through an interview process, completed credit union training and learned workplace skills to be successful in their roles. Personal finance is the main focus of the[...]
BETTENDORF, IA (September 27, 2019) — In celebration of Junior Achievement’s 100-year anniversary and the opening of Ascentra Credit Union’s new home office in downtown Bettendorf, Iowa, the Ascentra Credit Union Foundation has contributed a $100,000 grant to Junior Achievement of the Heartland to help youth better understand financial concepts and gain confidence in the ability to manage their financial future. The grant will be distributed over a five-year period with[...]
College Station, TX (August ) – Texas A&M University has announced a fully integrated Campus+ partnership with Aggieland Credit Union, as its Official Credit Union, on September 23, 2019. Notably, Aggieland Credit Union has been serving Aggies since 1985 when it was originally chartered as Texas Aggie Federal Credit Union to serve full-time students and members of the Association of Former Students. The credit union now formally aligns with Texas A&M University for the first[...]
ILLINOIS - Long-term care consists of services provided to patients that can aid and assist with completing daily personal tasks.  Aging is a part of life. There are challenges, but it can be a fulfilling time. The fact of the matter is that about 70% of people over the age of 65 will need long-term care. How can those in need of daily assistance get it? Who is eligible for long-term care? How can it be paid for? Long-term Care is normally sought out when there is a noticeable change in [...]
East Stroudsburg and Harrisburg, PA (September 20, 2019) – Congratulations, you’ve graduated college and rented a one-bedroom apartment of your own! Did you budget extra money to buy furniture? How about payment for your Internet and cell phone bills? Don’t forget, you’ll need money to buy food to stock the fridge and clothes to wear to your new job, too.  These are the types of scenarios that East Stroudsburg University (ESU) students will be faced with during[...]
Waynesville, NC – Mountain Credit Union has partnered with The Rotary Club of Haywood County to provide financial literacy classes in Canton, NC. The hope is to provide incentives for local, lower income families to start a savings habit, learn basic budgeting strategies and become educated on the financial service options in their community. Once certain requirements are met, including attending the classes, scheduling one on one financial counseling sessions and establishing a[...]
WILLISTON, VT  — New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) and the University of Vermont (UVM) announced recently that beginning in November 2019, financial education will be included in the curriculum for incoming UVM student athletes. The Financial Wellness Workshop, newly designed by NEFCU and delivered by the credit union’s financial experts, will be an integral part of the Student-Athlete Development course. According to UVM General Manager Alicia Hawks, “This is a [...]
New Lennox, IL – Many people love buying a new car, but dread the car buying process. If you have never purchased a car before, the first time can be overwhelming. The key is doing your homework ahead of time, so that you can avoid buyer’s remorse. NuMark wants to keep you informed and provide you the knowledge needed to purchase your first new or pre-driven vehicle. This seminar will help you understand how to decipher financing options and warranties, determine how much you can [...]
Wentzville, MO – 1st Financial Federal Credit Union and Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis embark on a partnership to bring financial capabilities to the North St. Louis community.  Since 2015, The Urban League’s Save Our Sons program has sought to help more than 450 economically-disadvantaged African American men living in the St. Louis metropolitan community find jobs and have the opportunity to earn livable wages. This program completes these objectives by assisting[...]
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