Retire on Track

New Retirement Fair Materials Available for Credit Unions


For the first time, credit union organizations can order “Retire on Track” materials from the National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) to hold a Retirement Fair.

The Foundation's REAL Solutions program, in cooperation with CUNA Mutual Group, developed the Retirement Fair, "Retire on Track", to assist credit unions help their members and staff better prepare for retirement.

The fair is designed to have people think more carefully about the type of lifestyle they would like to pursue in retirement and then link it to their financial plan. “Retire on Track” is applicable to people of all ages, not just those nearing retirement.

CUs Encouraged to Attend Foundation's America Saves Twitter Chat on 2/17


To celebrate America Saves Week 2016, the National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) is hosting a Twitter chat for credit unions on Wednesday, February 17th at 2 pm (CT). The Foundation invites credit unions to discuss their activities encouraging members to save money and build wealth.

America Saves Week is February 22-27, 2016 and “is an annual opportunity for organizations to promote good savings behavior and a chance for individuals to assess their own saving status.” Credit unions and their staff are encouraged to share best practices and examples of their savings and asset-building programs and promotions for members. Belvoir Federal Credit Union from Woodbridge, Va. will be featured in the Twitter chat as a special guest.

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On the Blog: Development Issues Spotlight on Savings Mobilization


This is the second of the 12-part series on our blog highlighting different Development Issues each month.  Last month, we discussed transportation and how it affects credit union members and communities.

We are covering these issues each month because in the Foundation’s Development Education (DE) Program we help DE trainees delve into global development issues and recognize the ways in which credit unions can address these issues to improve the well-being of members and communities.

12 major development issues have been identified as barriers to economic growth and prosperity for the world’s families.

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