Reward Yourself – and Give a Little Back, too
We need to make purchases in the moment when it’s convenient because we’ll be caught up doing something else later.
Gardening and financial planning have quite a bit in common. It may not seem that way, but it’s true. Let me give you some examples.
Educating Youth: High School Reality Fairs
I had the unique opportunity to work with two young ladies at King’s High School in facilitating the WSECU Reality Fair to the senior class on their Financial Literacy Day.
TEDxSeattle: The Journey
Taking part in something larger than oneself is an exhilarating feeling.Our engagement with TEDxSeattle through WSECU has been a rewarding one on so many levels.
Push or Pull to Alleviate Stress
Paying bills is typically not one of our favorite activities. Unfortunately, bills are almost unavoidable whether you are just starting out in life, or has been around the block a few times. Fortunately, there are options to make recurring payments easier.
Momentum: Start Saving & Keep the Ball Rolling
Have you ever spied an awesome opportunity, gotten excited for a split second, and then kicked yourself because yesterday’s choices are standing in the way of jumping on it? You’re not alone.
Credit Card Security, Compatibility and Time Travel
Traveling soon? Planning a getaway with your family and friends? Perhaps you’re a seasoned traveler and over the years you’ve found, to your disappointment, that the credit and debit cards you use here at home just don’t work the same overseas.
So you’ve finally decided to pop the question. You fight through nerves and imagine that unforgettable moment when you finally ask your partner, “Do you want to open a joint account?”
WSECU Scholarships: Apply Now!
WSECU is currently in its fourth decade of hosting a scholarship program. This year we are slated to disperse more than $65,000 in scholarship funds to students.