More than 100 credit union professionals attended CUNA Governance, Risk Management and Compliance Leadership Institute and learned to combine vital credit union processes and stimulate long term organizational growth.
Although they are barely in the first stages of recovery from destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey, leaders of the Cornerstone Credit Union League are already overwhelmed with the outpouring of support they have received from the credit union system.
Your credit report can be one of your most valuable assets as a consumer. Your credit report can affect the interest rates you’ll pay on loans, credit card eligibility, and might even play a role in landing your next job (USAToday Dec. 7).
It’s easy to want to spend more than you have during the holiday season. While a great present doesn’t always come with a high price tag, it’s naive to pretend participating in the holiday season isn’t expensive.
The impending disappearance of two popular Social Security filing strategies in May 2016--“file and suspend” and “restricted application”--could force big changes to the retirement plans of potentially millions of retirement-age married couples and divorcees (The Wall Street Journal Nov. 19).
It’s a trend that’s been going on for years. In an attempt to wring more profit from the biggest shopping day of the year, so many retailers start Black Friday on Thanksgiving that it’s become almost commonplace. But cooperatively owned REI is bucking the trend this year.
When you swipe your credit card, you might not be thinking about what your creditors are doing to make sure they recover the money they just loaned you. But, as you make your next purchase, make sure to protect your credit score.
Rumor has it that the day before Thanksgiving is the busiest air travel day of the year. A different summer day, usually in July or August, actually ends up being the busiest travel day each year, according to the Department of Transportation. More travelers have opted to travel Thanksgiving morning versus the day before.