When it comes to spending money, much of the world has gone plastic. Many people make a habit of carrying little-to-no cash around these days, as most businesses accept debit and credit card payments, even small ones. While it’s easy to get caught up in the multiple debit and credit card options out there, it’s… (keep reading)
articles from February 2014
Mark your calendar for one of our most popular events of the year. Shred Day returns on Saturday, April 19. You know you should be cautious when disposing of your personal financial records. Simply throwing them into the garbage or recycle bin makes it far too easy for crooks to get everything they need to… (keep reading)
It’s time again to exercise your rights as a member by electing volunteers to represent you on SMCU’s Board of Directors. As a member in good standing, you are entitled to a vote in SMCU’s 81st Annual Volunteer Board and Supervisory Committee Elections, taking place between Monday, February 24, and Friday, March 21. SMCU is… (keep reading)
Access to the Downtown Branch and parking garage may be difficult on Wednesday, February 5, due to the Seahawks Victory Parade. 4th Avenue will be closed from 10:30am for the duration of the parade, which is expected to run through 1:30pm. Click here for more information and a map of the parade route.
Do you want to know what’s going on with SMCU? Do you have suggestions you’d like to make to SMCU’s Board of Directors? If so, then come to the 2014 Annual Meeting on Saturday, April 12. The Annual Meeting is your chance to hear how SMCU has been doing in the last year and to… (keep reading)