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#14661: Happy National Nurses Day!

As a nurse, you may not wear a cape, but you save lives every day. Every day, you make the heroic, courageous and selfless decision to care for your patients regardless of the circumstance. Whether a patient needs a routine checkup or a lifesaving treatment, you are right there providing compassionate care. The service you give to your patients is … Read more »

#14644: Happy Teachers’ Day!

This year was tough, but despite the obstacles, you helped students continue to learn. We at Educators would like to express our sincere gratitude for all you have done to make sure students don’t miss a beat. The care, endurance and guidance it takes to lead students is unmatched, and you change lives every day. Every day you all show … Read more »

#14613: Teaching Children About Money

One of the most important things you can teach a child is how to manage money and invest for the future. The Three-Jar Allowance To learn how to manage money, children need some money to manage. Typically, this money comes from an allowance or from doing small jobs for friends and neighbors. As a first step, you’ll have to decide … Read more »

#14599: Educators Credit Union Celebrates Thirty-One Saver’s Sweepstakes Winners

The latest Saver’s Sweepstakes drawing was held on Thursday, March 15, and 31 Educators Credit Union members were winners! Three members won $1,000 in the quarterly drawing while 28 members won $100 in the monthly drawing. One of the $1,000 winners, Tiffany H. from Pleasant Prairie (pictured), already knows what she’ll do with her winnings: “We’re going to Miami for … Read more »

#14590: Why are Credit Scores Important?

A credit score is a number that potential lenders will use to determine whether they should lend you money, how much, and at what interest rate. Your credit score is an actual number, between 300 and 850. The higher the number, the better. A score of 740 to 799 is considered very good, though the average is closer to 700. … Read more »

#14568: 2021 Shred Days

  It’s that time of year again! Educators Credit Union’s Shred Days are right around the corner.  Below you will find a list of when and where Shred Days will take place this spring and summer. Please note, Shred Days are for members only unless otherwise noted. Please bring proof of membership (credit card, debit card, electronic or paper statement). … Read more »

#14509: Saving for Emergencies

One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund. An emergency fund is an amount of money that is set aside to cover unexpected expenses, or to keep you afloat if no regular income is coming in. Even if you have a great handle on your finances, unexpected challenges can come along that … Read more »

#14488: Easily Switch to Your New Educators Credit Union Account

Did you know when you open an account with Educators Credit Union, a member service representative can switch over your direct deposits, recurring payments and social security benefits? With a few quick, convenient and secure clicks, your new Educators Credit Union account will be equipped with all your recurring payments and deposits. Each switch only takes 4-10 business days, and … Read more »