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#12026: Five Ways to Thank a Nurse on Nurses Day

Today is National Nurses Day! Obviously, we’re all going through a difficult time right now, and nurses are a crucial part of getting us out of it. Because they’re working so hard and putting themselves on the line, now’s the time to let them know that they’re appreciated. To help you show your gratitude, we’ve come up with five ways … Read more »

#12021: Thanking the Teachers of Our Past

If there’s one thing a lot of people have in common, it’s that teachers have had a significant impact on our lives in some way. In honor of National Teacher Day (May 5, 2020), some of the Educators Credit Union team is looking back at the teachers who’ve made a difference in our lives. Brad – A lot of teachers … Read more »

#12020: A Safe Way to Save on a Car

It’s time for the Educators and AutoWerks Spring Car Event1! From May 8 to 30, we are teaming up to help members save on their next vehicle purchase. During the event, members can take an additional $250 off already discount AutoWerks prices and get 1% of their loan or lease amount back (up to $500) on Educators leases and AutoWerks … Read more »

#12016: Beware of COVID-19 Fraud

Your CARES Act payments are finally on their way! Maybe you’re part of the group lucky enough to have gotten their first payment already. With a large sum of money unfortunately comes a group of people trying to scam you out of it. We want to help you protect your money and use it to support you! Below are ways … Read more »

#12012: 2020 May Member Focus

There’s a lot to of great information in the newest Member Focus! Learn details about a special chance to earn more Saver’s Sweepstakes entries, how to access your account while lobbies are closed, and more! Share this:  

#12003: Working on Money with Students at Home

As we’re all spending a lot more time at home, a lot of parents have found themselves asking how they can help their students keep learning while they’re out of school. Well Educators Credit Union can help! We have easy-to-use online programs designed to help any age learn more about money. These tools can guide students through the importance of … Read more »

#11996: The Cost of a Mortgage

Since monthly payments spread the cost of a mortgage loan over an extended period, it’s easy to forget the total expense. For example, if you borrow $200,000 for 30 years at 6% interest, your total repayment will be around $431,680, more than two times the original loan. What seems like minor differences in the interest rate can add up to … Read more »

#11994: What to Know About Renting

Renting is often a cheaper way to live than owning a home. While the monthly payments can be as much or higher than a mortgage, you also need to factor in that you’re not paying property taxes and some other expenses are still worked into the rent. It’s crucial to know the full cost of renting so you know it’s … Read more »

#11978: Bring the Art Museum to Your Home!

Looking for something to do that isn’t streaming a movie, watching a YouTube video or repeatedly scrolling through Instagram all day (You can’t like that photo we posted on the Educators Instagram again, you already liked it this morning)? How about a trip to the Milwaukee Art Museum instead? The Milwaukee Art Museum is offering digital tours to help people … Read more »

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