Financial Wellness is not just a buzzword, it’s a differentiator. And the Credit Union provides the differentiating ‘x’ factor for families in Law Enforcement.
Serving Law Enforcement Officers and their families for over 80 years and backed by a Board of Directors comprised entirely of working and retired Police Officers, the Credit Union knows and understands first-hand the distinct financial challenges associated with a career in Law Enforcement.
The Credit Union’s totally free and personalized Financial Wellness Program is designed to help Officers alleviate as much financial stress as possible. Understanding that stress reduction for a Law Enforcement Officer can mean the difference between life and death, the Credit Union is committed to assisting Officers obtain and maintain financial peace of mind so that they can focus on protecting the public.
Continuing Education is a key theme at the Credit Union and the reason behind our Financial Planning and Education Center, which was developed nearly two decades ago to provide free and confidential financial consulting services, educational programming, and value-added resources designed to educate and empower families in Law Enforcement on their journey toward economic freedom.
The Credit Union’s Financial Planning and Education Center is designed to create an opportunity for Officers to gain knowledge, choices, and power as a financial consumer. As ever, we are committed to providing our families in Law Enforcement with the information and financial tools they need and the answers they seek in order to live their best lives on and off the job.
Staying True To Our Mission For Over 80 Years, The Credit Union Truly “Means Police Business”
Remember to keep your credit card balances at 30% or less of their limits to avoid hurting your credit score. For more tips, check out Nerd Wallet’s “Handy Money Rules of Thumb for a Quick Financial Check Up.”
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Remember to keep your credit card balances at 30% or less of their limits to avoid hurting your credit score. For more tips, check out Nerd Wallet’s
“Handy Money Rules of Thumb for a Quick Financial Check Up.”
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