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It’s a tradition that dates back ages: Start a new year, and vow to kick an old, bad habit. In the modern era, a common New Year's resolution involves money. Specifically, saving more and spending less of it. Check out this Callahan Collection to see what strategies — savings challenges, refinance programs, prize-linked savings lotteries, and more — credit unions are using to help members reach their financial goals every day of the year.
A coaching program at Wright-Patt Credit Union teaches members how to be responsible with money while enjoying life.
Lottery-driven savings accounts through state leagues and individual credit unions add an element of excitement to a positive financial behavior.
How one Wisconsin credit union encourages members to reduce debt and improve their debt-to-income ratio.
When demand for refinancing subsided, two credit unions spun off their programs differently using the same concept.
An annual competition for families to improve their finances boosts one credit union’s business and its standing in the community.