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By CUES Director Membership
Reaching out to the community to increase financial literacy is a mainstay of the credit union movement. However, many institutions fail to recognize one significant group that’s close to home—their own employees.
All employers, including credit unions, will benefit by offering financial education to their staff. The following are four reasons why you should consider implementing a program in 2010.
The Credit Union Executives Society has partnered with Precision Information to offer two online financial education courses—Educated Investor University for credit union employees, and Financial Success Suite for credit union members. To learn more, visit www.cues.org/educatedinvestor/ or www.cues.org/fss/.
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January 18, 2010
7/26/2012 04:07 PM
Very interesting article. I did not realize financial education could have such an impact on performance.
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