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WSECU is a partner with KING 5's New Day Northwest, which airs at 11:00 am weekdays on KING TV. Every other Monday, WSECU's Suzanne Klenk will bring a new financial topic to share helpful tips on things like money management, credit reports, talking to your kids about savings, identity theft and much more. If you have a topic you'd like us to cover on the show, share your ideas by e-mailing wsecupress@wsecu.org

Financial Lessons for Teens
Financial literacy is important at any age, but the sooner it is introduced into our lives, the better. Today's economy makes it difficult for high school and college students to be financially successful - so being educated early is vital. WSECU's Suzanne Klenk wears many hats, including financial literacy instructor. In this New Day Northwest clip, she offers suggestions. for getting a head start on savings and discusses The Vault, WSECU's financial literacy curriculum.

Your Emergency Financial First Aid Kit
Being prepared for natural disasters - stocking up on non-perishable food, water, blankets batteries and flashlights - is something we've all been advised to do, but we often overlook the financial aspect of emergency preparedness. In this segment of New Day Northwest, Suzanne shares the crucial elements that should be included in everyone's emergency financial first aid kit.

Fabulous After 50
Women who are working past the age of 50 are a growing population. They are strong, capable and mature, yet young enough to make bold changes. Having your finances under control during this stage of life is a priority...and WSECU's Suzanne Klenk has some financial tips to help you do just that.

Finding money-saving deals on financial services
Have you ever had a friend, family member or co-worker talk about a great offer they received from their financial institution...and wonder why you didn't know about it? Our very own Community Relations Coordinator Suzanne Klenk has some tips and tricks on how to find and take advantage of offers and deals that can save your time or money...or make your life easier.

Make School Shopping a Financial Lesson for Kids! 
Back to school means shopping. It's an expensive time of year, but cluing kids in on how much things cost and having them be a part of the planning can save money...and headaches! In this New Day Northwest segment, Community Relations Coordinator Suzanne Klenk provides five tips to help make school shopping fun and easier on the wallet.

When Family Moves In
With today's economic times, having a child move back home after college or between jobs or aging parents finding it necessary to move in with their children is becoming more commonplace. In this New Day Northwest segment, Community Relations Coordinator Suzanne Klenk offers suggestions for a smooth transition if this happens in your household.

Recovering from Identity Theft
Identity theft continues to be on the rise with millions of people falling victim every year. Some may be victims without even realizing it. In this New Day Northwest segment, Community Relations Coordinator Suzanne Klenk reviews the crucial steps you need to take when your identity has been stolen.

Protecting Your Identity
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world. How does identity theft really happen? Who is really at risk - and what can we do to protect ourselves? Unfortunately, with ID theft, victims must continually prove they are innocent -- and that someone else is racking up debt and opening fraudulent accounts. We are all potential victims of this crime.

Forty, Fabulous and Flat Broke
Many people today have reached their 40s and don't have a good retirement plan in place. The good news is that it isn't too late to start and WSECU's Suzanne Klenk, who is a certified financial coach, provides some of the tools to help turn things around.

Get Your Credit Score Off the Floor
Understanding your credit report can be a challenge. What does it mean? How is it used? What areas does a credit score impact in our lives, both personal and career? Community Relations Coordinator and financial coach Suzanne Klenk discusses all these things and more in this segment of New Day Northwest.

 

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