Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

CU System
Video offers CUNA members advice on fin lit problems
MADISON, Wis. (12/22/08)--Credit unions can provide quick financial literacy information and tips in the credit union lobby or at an outside event through a new continuous loop DVD from the Credit Union National Association. The Home & Family Finance Resource Center (HFFRC) DVD provides 25 short videos that discuss financial literacy issues, credit union products and services, and benefits of credit union membership. The videos, which were originally featured on the home page of the HFFRC, were compiled into a 41-minute continuous loop DVD. Topics include:
* Purchasing a vehicle--three transactions; * When times are tough your credit union can help; * Refinancing your mortgage; * Credit counselors can help balance the bills; * Use direct deposit and automatic transfers to simplify finances; * What to do when your arm is due; * Managing credit card debt; * Tap your home's equity; * Credit cards on campus; * How to prevent identity theft; * How to get a free credit report; * Buying a home; * Becoming creditworthy; * Build your best credit score; * Autos: new vs. used; * Getting a student loan; * Top 10 reasons to belong to a credit union; * Investing: dollar-cost averaging; * Guard your plastic cards; * Financing your new car; * Mortgages: prequalification vs. preapproval; * Phishing: don't take the bait; * Investing in an IRA; * Getting tax records organized; and * Money and travel.
For more information or to purchase online, use the link. To order by phone, call (800) 356-8010, press 3, and use the stock number as a reference.
Other Resources

RSS





print
News Now LiveWire
#NewsNow: @TheNCUA's McWatters outlines 11 enhancements for budget transparency. http://t.co/TWMAqYgIJZ
18 minutes ago
#NewsNow It's all about the bird for CU charity at Thanksgiving http://t.co/fqDmmQT0ba
1 hours ago
League-supported fin. lit bill among 1st filed for Fla. session http://t.co/912RnLcVIU
2 hours ago
#NewsNow: NCUA budget up 4.2%, McWatters votes 'no' http://t.co/2z2CWkW6S1
2 hours ago
Experts: Expect more data #breaches during holiday season #NewsNow http://t.co/bGTuppugCt
2 hours ago