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NCUF’s Gigi Hyland Named Financial Literacy Advocate of the Year

For her commitment to and active involvement in financial education, National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) Executive Director Gigi Hyland has been named 2018 Financial Literacy Advocate by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU). She will be formally honored April 19, 2018 at the annual FMFCU Partners in Education Celebration, […]

Trending: Financial Well-being in the Workplace

Undue stress has a negative effect on health and a net-negative effect on the workplace. Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Stephen Miller cited a number of studies around the effects of financial stress on the workplace in his 2016 SHRM report “Employees’ Financial Issues Affect Their Job Performance.” When employees are […]

The Line on Credit

Believe it or not the line on credit is that in order to accrue it, you have to use it but not to the extent some would think. The debt-averse have a hard time comprehending this theory and the often bandied about notion that credit cards are a necessary tool […]

Survey Says: 1 in 3 Adults Globally is Financially Literate

With the Feds about to hike interest rates, a new survey reveals how little Americans know about how rates affect their personal finances.

Self-Control: A Financial Fitness Exercise

“Young children can develop abilities such as self-control, planning ahead, and creative problem-solving. These might not seem like financial skills, but they are helpful in building a financial foundation.”

Credit Unions–Millennials Get It!

Despite the incredible growth credit unions have experienced in recent years, the member-owned financial cooperative movement remains on the threshold of major expansion. Increasingly, millennials are choosing credit unions over big banks for a number of reasons namely, they get it! When credit unions understand these reasons and focus on […]

Increasing Membership & Reducing Member Average Age

Why target young learners? Because their parents are young, too!

Financially Fit Youth Become Stress-Free Adults

Similar to the wave of physical fitness initiatives employers began introducing two decades ago, “More Companies Offer Financial Wellness Programs.” It’s a trend CUNFL embraces!