Valuable resources and essential content that your credit union relies on are much easier to find. Additionally, member-exclusive content—such as D.J.'s Economix, TIPS Bulletins, InfoSight, CU Digest, Educational Library, and more—will be easier to access on the new www.ccul.org.
Greatly improved navigation, and streamlined content will deliver to the user the information they are seeking quickly and easily. In addition, a brand new search feature is available for those digging deeper into the vast information repository.
Be sure to check out all of these improved features:
More than ever, www.ccul.org is your online source for advocacy, compliance, training, news, chapters, credit unions solutions, and other resources from the Leagues.
TEENS ATTEND BITE OF REALITY updated
05/15/13 12:47 PM
Program Hosted by Patelco CU
Nearly 40 students from Roseville High School’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program got a “bite of reality” May 8 when they attended an interactive financial education simulation designed to teach them how to manage money.
IMPROVE CHECK DEPOSIT PROCESSING updated
05/15/13 02:13 PM
Reasons to Use Teller Capture
Check deposits continue to be a significant part of a teller's daily duties, and in fact, account for 90 percent of transactions. Reducing the costs associated with the check deposit process can significantly add value to your credit union.
NATIONAL CU TAX ADVOCACY PLAN COMING updated
05/14/13 12:16 PM
Leagues, CUNA Prepare for Defense
As congressional legislators meet to consider bipartisan tax reform, the credit union not-for-profit tax status must be explained and defended in Congress, according to discussions between state leagues and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) on Tuesday morning.
CUs CAN ENTER 'GEN Y' CONTEST updated
05/14/13 11:13 AM
NerdWallet.com Will Award Grants
NerdWallet.com—an online service offering objective, personalized, and comprehensive consumer financial information—is holding a Gen Y Credit Union Contest to encourage credit unions to come up with innovative, far-reaching plans to engage "Generation Y."