Creating a positive credit history is important. A poor credit rating can impact your life in ways you may not realize, such as making it harder to rent an apartment or apply for a job. Whether you’ve had past credit troubles, have yet to establish any credit, or want to get the best rate possible… (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.
Topic: Wills, Probate, & Estate Planning: What you need to know. Sponsored by: Bruce Brundige, MSFS, CEP®, CFS and Julian Heyward, VP, Prudential Investments Date: Thursday, October 10, 2013 Time: Doors open at 12:30pm; Talk begins at 1pm