Too Much Denim? No Such Thing on Miracle Jeans Day

Miracle Jeans Day is coming soon. It’s a chance to link denim to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, instead of questionable early 2000s fashion statements.

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Financial Education Focus With NW Priority Credit Union

Last week, we showcased the collective efforts of 11 Northwest credit unions for the Financial Reality Fair Extravaganza, which hosted a dozen financial reality fairs at schools across the region, including nine in one day. One of those members, NW Priority Credit Union, shared their individual efforts from the day.

Study: Online Calculators Improve Probability of Saving Enough for Retirement

Do your employees know how much they’ll need to retire? An online calculator takes the guesswork out of retirement planning.

Repo Remarketing Gives Credit Unions Deep Look Into Auto Auction

Credit unions got to see their own vehicles sold, engaging in process from beginning to end.

A Message from CUNA Mutual Group: Look Beyond the Bottom Line

CUNA Mutual Group shares how it reinvests in the credit union movement through advocacy, research, and more.

Global Joins Growing List of Credit Unions Offering Sequestration Relief Options

As consumers across the nation prepare for government sequestration and federal employee furloughs, Global Credit Union is offering short-term interest-free loans, no-fee loan extensions and penalty-free certificate withdrawals to give affected members the financial flexibility to live on a temporarily tightened budget.

NWCUA Seeks Interim Director for District 7 Board Seat

The NWCUA is seeking nominations for an interim director to fill the District 7 board seat vacated by the resignation of Prevail’s Tom Graves. Nominations are due by Dec. 28, 2012.

On Giving Thanks This Holiday Season

NWCUA CEO John Annaloro writes about the importance of giving thanks during the holidays—and about the significance of the credit union movement’s recent growth.

CUs Must Prepare for Rising Interest Rates, says Berkeley Professor

It’s a central banker’s worst nightmare: The economy is stagnating with a weak labor market, yet inflationary pressures are building. How should CUs prepare?