We’ve all heard it. Millennials are always on social media and using technology. As a millennial, I’ve always balked at this statement, thinking this doesn’t apply to me. I barely use social media. However, the more I thought about it, I realized it was true. While the statement has a negative connotation, social media and…Read More about "Millennials are always on social media and using technology" . . I proudly agree!
In 2011 alone it is estimated that 2.9 billion dollars were lost by the senior market due to financial abuse, or fraud. What is even more alarming is that this number is on a steady incline over previous years. Why is the senior market a growing target for financial scams? The answer is obvious; seniors…Read More about Don’t Fall Victim to Financial Abuse
When my son Jake called me and told me his debit card number had been stolen, I asked him how he knew. “I got an email that asked me to confirm a couple of weird transactions. I didn’t make them. So my card has been cancelled and they are mailing me another one right to…Read More about Identity Theft…How many times has it happened to you?
Are you off to college in the fall? Congratulations! Would you agree that independence, football games, fraternity/sorority parties, making new friends and being able to eat pizza every night are some of the things that come to mind? The freedom that comes with being a college freshman is undoubtedly a thrilling feeling and with freedom,…Read More about College: You’ve Been Accepted, Now What?
I am one of 43 million Americans (US Census) I have experienced recessions, booms, bubbles, crisis and maybe even a depression I am capable of interacting on social media but prefer face to face communication I like programs and products designed specifically for my needs I am highly skilled, experienced and valuable in the work…Read More about Who Am I?
Connections in the Credit Union Industry take on many forms. To name a few, credit unions must focus on building member connections, creating new and maintaining long-lasting employer group connections and connecting with the community in which business is conducted. Each of the aforementioned connections take time to build and nurture; staying connected with them…Read More about The Importance of Personal Connection
The conversation about the challenges of Main Street vs. Wall Street has spilled over onto many areas as a metaphor to compare big vs. small, rich vs. poor and greed vs. need. Credit Unions have been seen as a beacon of light compared to big banks. Each American has a choice as they select the…Read More about Main Street vs. Wall Street; Credit Unions vs. Banks