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NCUF Has Distributed 55,000 Copies Of 'Money Rules'
MADISON, Wis. (3/15/13)--The National Credit Union Foundation says it has distributed more than 55,000 copies of bestselling personal finance author Jean Chatzky's book, "Money Rules: The Simple Path to Lifelong Security" to credit union members since it began making the book available in December.

The book contains a set of actionable rules that readers can follow to enjoy financial security and eliminate money stress.  NCUF is offering  credit unions and other credit union  organizations the book at a reduced rate (via a donation to NCUF) so they can distribute  it to members.

Chatzky was a speaker at the Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference last month in Washington, D.C. NCUF sponsored a book signing in its booth at the exhibit hall at the GAC, where more than 300 attendees met Chatzky.

She also spoke at NCUF's Dinner Presenting the Herb Wegner Awards and pre-signed copies for every attendee.

An organization ordering 1,000 or more copies of the book will get its name included on a sticker on the front cover. Each book already comes with a "Compliments of: NCUF" printed on the cover. For more information, use the link.
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