April is Financial Literacy Month. In addition to month-long activities, the Carolinas Credit Union League will be celebrating Financial Literacy Day on Tuesday, April 17 in the statehouse.
In recent weeks, Congress has debated a solution: the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act. This bill pares back some of those regulations, and has support from both sides of the aisle.
Some of us are old enough to remember the civics lessons in high school that taught us how to balance a checkbook. For the rest of us, we need a guide to enter and understand the world of money management.
Are you looking for information about what credit unions can offer you? Well, we’ve found a place where you can get answers while being entertained!
Bank of America just announced that they’re eliminating a free checking eBanking account used by lower-income customers, who now have to keep more money at the bank to avoid being charged $12 each month.
Changes to the SC Credit Union Act need to be made. These changes will make the South Carolina credit union charter more flexible and more attractive.
Whether you’re just starting out with your first job, or halfway toward retirement, you have a lot of options when it comes to financial institutions to save and invest your hard-earned dough.
We know that the need for extra funding can pop up in any season. That’s where a loan comes in.