Credit Unions

3 Fun Ways to Teach Children to Save During Youth Savings Month

Did you know that April is National Credit Union Youth Month? Each year, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) supports and encourages financial literacy in youth. This is a great time for credit unions to focus on children in communities … [Read more...]

5 Common Fraud Schemes

UPDATE: In the past week, police have been investigating the use of credit card/ATM skimmers at a banking location in Lebanon County.  Several months ago our IT Manager, Matt Steffy provided information on common fraud schemes that cyber criminals … [Read more...]

You Can Help to Stop the Data Breaches!

My favorite thing about being part of the credit union community is the way that credit unions band to together to create awareness of issues concerning our members. In the past, we've reached out to Congress to fight for credit unions to keep their … [Read more...]

The Spotlight Remains on Credit Unions’ Tax-Exempt Status

I have a Google Alert set-up for “credit unions” so that I can keep up-to-date with news from our industry as it breaks.  In the past few weeks I've seen a lot of buzz about the debate on credit unions' tax-exempt status, from both champions and … [Read more...]

The Future of Savings: A Credit Union #FutureofSaving Tweet Chat

We are always excited about sharing information on the benefits of being a credit union member and financial tips with members of the community. So when our friends at Nerd Wallet, A Smarter Choice and the NCU Foundation asked us to participate in a … [Read more...]

Why You Should Attend Your Credit Union Annual Meeting

With just one account, depositing as little as $5 in some cases, you become one of the most important people in the credit union industry, a member-owner.  That deposit makes you the owner of a small share of your local credit union.  It's the most … [Read more...]

Credit Union News: What to Expect in 2015

I've been giving a lot of thought lately to what 2015 will have in store for the credit union industry and our member-owners.  Here are a few items that I believe will be the focus of credit union news in this new year: #1 - Continued rise in … [Read more...]

CO-OP Shared Branching Makes Traveling Easier

As a credit union employee, one of the things I'm most proud of is that we are so community focused.  In my situation, it's the Lancaster, PA community.  Our members live and work here, financial decisions are made here and we are able to give back … [Read more...]

For Small Business Banking Consider Credit Unions

Credit unions are big fans of small business banking! Small business has become a focal point in the holiday shopping season with the celebration of Small Business Saturday on the Saturday following Thanksgiving. Started in 2010, Small Business … [Read more...]

Transfer Accounts From a Bank to a Credit Union: A Bank Transfer Day Anniversary

Earlier this month the credit union community celebrated the anniversary of Bank Transfer Day.  A grass-roots campaign started in California, the original Bank Transfer Day was held on November 5, 2011.  But as those of us in the credit union … [Read more...]

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Due to water damage, our Embassy Drive branch will be closed until further notice. Items placed in the night deposit box will be processed daily. Members can visit our other branches to conduct transactions. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working to get the branch up and running as soon as possible.