Are you a business professional interested in enhancing your leadership skills while helping to prepare the next generation for the working world? If so, SMCU and Washington Business Week (WBW) may have just the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. This summer SMCU will be sponsoring one person to be a Company Advisor at one of… (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.
Nico Leyva writes for NerdWallet.com, an unbiased consumer finance website dedicated to promoting financial literacy. When it comes to money, you’re one of your child’s best role models. Parents can help their kids realize financial independence by introducing them to monetary concepts at a young age. Here are some great tips for helping your kids… (keep reading)
Now that it’s a new year, you might be evaluating your current financial situation and setting goals for the future, such as saving for your dream vacation or simply bouncing back from spending too much during the holidays. If your resolution for 2013 is to reduce debt or increase savings, the first thing you need… (keep reading)
If someone got a hold of your passwords, how much damage could they cause? With access to your financial data, personal information, and other information you store online, criminals could do anything from draining your bank accounts to stealing your identity. Still, many people have personal information stored in online accounts, such as social security… (keep reading)