Exploring the Credit Union Difference

As part of Financial Literacy month, @CommonCentsMom & I are diving in deeper and exploring different options for gaining more control over what we know about our money, and which resources and institutions are available to help us secure our financial futures.  This week we’re exploring Credit Unions as a credible alternative to traditional banking.  This video by Education Credit Union is a fun comparison of banks, credit unions and piggy banks!

Join us for #CDNmoney chat on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 with special guest @Money_On_Trees blogger Fabio of @FirstOntarioCU Credit Union as we explore cooperative banking.

  • #CDNmoney Twitter Chat
  • Tuesday, November 18, 2014
  • co-hosts @ChristaClips and @Tullyman77
  • Special Guest @Money_On_Trees
  • No RSVP
  • hashtags to include #CDNmoney #FLM2014 (for Financial Literacy Month)

About christaclips

Christa is a Save-at-Home-Mom who writes about money saving tips with hopes of inspiring other families who might want to keep one parent at home but aren't sure they can swing it financially. Christa left her career as a teacher trainer when it started costing her $47,000/yr to work outside the home and now works from home as a social media consultant and freelance writer. She shares her full story and money saving tips here on her blog and as co-host of the weekly #cdnmoney twitter chat on Tuesdays from 7-8pm ET. Wife, and mother of 2, Christa lives in Rockland, Ontario and loves skating & nordic skiing on the Ottawa River.

Posted on November 18, 2014, in #cdnmoney Twitter Chat, Christa Clips and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for including us in your blog! 🙂

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