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Helps members pick a lender and determine what types of loans they can afford based on explanations of loan rates and the costs associated with mortgage lending.
CUNA's 2011-2012 Survey of Potential Members Report introduces new issues, opportunities and strategic directions for reaching and attracting new members. Discover current trends relating to non-members' financial beh ...
Credit unions celebrate youth in April.
This recorded event is available until August 27, 2015.
The seminar material for Acceso a Dinero a Través de Crédito (Access to Money with Credit) covers how credit unions are different from banks, why credit is important, and the different types of credit.
Instructions for requesting additional FiCEP exams.
Entertain school-age children with a range of activities. Ideal for youth ages 7-15.
Help members become more knowledgeable decision-makers using these seven
online interactive coaches, available at their convenience.
This stuffer encourages members to establish a savings plan so they'll be prepared for planned and unplanned events. Includes a sidebar that discusses different savings vehicles such as basic savings accounts, money m ...
This stuffer explains the difference between overdraft and bounced/NSF checks, and offers members three options for ways they can protect themselves in the event of an occasional bounced check: transferring from other ...
Use this drive-up envelope to plant the seed to switch more accounts to your credit union.
This member seminar, Pasos Básicos Para el Control de su Dinero (Basic Steps to Managing Your Money), has information to improve Hispanic members' financial management.
Celebrate the season with a playful greeting on a drive-up envelope.
Give your members this handy brochure covering "what to keep in your car" and "what to do in case of accident." It includes an "Auto Accident Checklist" and space to diagram the accident scene. It's a perfect handout ...
This recorded event is available until July 30, 2015.
Members can track their household finances and set realistic savings goals via Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
This course is part of the CUNA CU Advance program and contains individual courses for $35 each.
This member seminar covers steps to set up a spending plan, track spending, save money, and short- and long-term financial goals.
This recorded event is available until January 30, 2015.
Even during the recession, credit unions remain strong financial institutions. Credit unions are still a great place to manage your money and reach your financial goals.
This is a CUNA CU Advance course through CUNA CPDOnline and contains individual courses for $35 each.
In this course, you'll learn to communicate in ways that get things done effectively and enhance your career opportunities.