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)
principle #5 (education)
Financial education should be free & available to all. Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union believes that education is important. SMCU provides free education to members, elected representatives, management and employees so that all can prosper and contribute to the growth and wellbeing of the cooperative. SMCU provides financial information via seminars, workshops, newsletters and our Web site. We support programs and organizations that promote financial literacy, such as Washington CASH, Washington Business Week, and Credit University, to name a few.
The holidays are a time for families to get together, but if you don’t live near your family, it can be expensive to visit them. Instead of being discouraged, try being resourceful with these five tips to lower sky-high travel prices to financially feasible levels. Be Flexible with Travel Dates: Quite often your first-choice travel… (keep reading)
Join us on Tuesday, October 15 for a free seminar led by SMCU’s home loan expert Dan White. Light refreshments will be served. Tuesday, October 15, 2013 | 6:30 – 7:30pm | Lynnwood Branch 3925 196th SW. Lynnwood, WA 98036 Topics to be covered: Advantages of home improvement Financing options, including: -Home Equity Loans -HELOCs… (keep reading)