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CU Makes Finances ‘smpl.’ for Young Adults

Program helps consumers age 25 and under navigate their financial futures.
Basic savings, credit, and money management techniques make finances approachable.
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Census: U.S. Households Older, More Diverse

The prevalence of married households has declined from 71% in 1970 to 49% in 2012.
The share of U.S. households headed by a white non-Hispanic adult fell to 69% in 2012, down from 75% in 2000.
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Young & Hyperconnected

Some believe those growing up with 24/7 connections and the mobile Web will be nimble, quick-acting multitaskers.
The hyperconnected lifestyle of today’s teens and young adults leaves technology experts evenly split about its long-term effect, according to a Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center study.
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Collaborate for the Common Good

Successful collaborations make our jobs easier and more rewarding.
Common goals help CUs create efficiencies.
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Encourage Education for Young Adults

Members face unprecedented financial concerns, making financial education more important than ever.
Show young adults how to budget, borrow, and buy responsibly while building long-lasting member relationships.
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Bankitis Part II

Gen Y: ‘Go Where They Are’

CU cites three key elements to reaching this group--and three mistakes to avoid.
Generation Y wants to bank on its own terms, says Public Service CU's Andre Iervolino.
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