Junior Achievement Podcasts Help Families Talk About Finances

What’s the right way to establish—and manage—credit? Are allowances a good thing? And how do families talk about the impact of unemployment? Parents and children can find answers to those questions and more on The Money Jar, a fun and informative podcast produced by Junior Achievement of Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Establishing a Winning Team Requires Covering all the Bases

The success of a credit union is due, in large part, to the expertise and skill of its employees. Whether you are looking for a CEO to replace a beloved leader due to retirement or need to add specialized talent to an existing department, combining an efficient recruiting process with quality resources will give you the best long-term results.

New Rules Present New Risks For Credit Union Directors

CUNA Mutual Group writes that the establishment of new fiduciary and financial literacy rules for directors of federally chartered credit unions, coupled with economic challenges and more litigation, has greatly increased personal risk exposure for credit union decision-makers.