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Seeking Good Fortune

Millennials worry about unemployment while baby boomers fear they won’t be able to pay off debts.
One-third of Americans worry about money all the time.
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Soak up the Sun, Sing in the Rain

Help members save for a rainy day.
Roughly one-fourth of consumers have no rainy-day fund.
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Help Members Conquer Their Financial Fears

Inertia keeps many people from moving their money to more affordable providers.
Retirement remains Americans’ top financial worry. 
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Members 'Catch the Save Wave' During CU Youth Week

Focusing on young members helps CUs bring in new blood while increasing parents' loyalty.
CUs encourage kids to set up savings accounts and learn how to manage money.
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Help Kids Brush Up on Finances

When young people know the financial planning drill, they make better choices.
Tooth Fairy offers chance to teach children about smart money habits.
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The Perfect Cup of Joe

Leadership lessons from Starbucks provide grounds for member engagement.
Make your CU a part of members’ daily routine.
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Registries Designed for Digital Donors

A+FCU offers myBaby, myGrad, and myWedding savings accounts.
When members open a myBaby, myGrad, or myWedding account, they receive 50 registry cards detailing the online giving process that can be mailed out with invitations or announcements.
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Where Does the Time Go?

Members need CUs’ help with retirement planning.
There’s a collective retirement gap among working households that ranges from $6.8 to $14 trillion depending on the financial measure.
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Special Report: National CU Youth Week

‘Get them in Early’

Multifaceted youth marketing involves community outreach, education.
‘It’s never too early to learn about money.’
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CUs Lend Members a Hand

When the economy went down, CUs stepped up.
Aside from being the right thing to do, helping members during difficult times builds loyalty—and loyalty builds strong CUs.
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