Wisconsin, California credit unions join financial literacy, advocacy firm's client list.
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Mary Cunningham, the retired CEO of the now-merged USA Federal Credit Union in San Diego and former chairman of CUES and the National Credit Union Foundation, has become a director of FoolProof.
Financial literacy and advocacy firm warns that this security breach is particularly dangerous.
April is Financial Literacy Month and opportunities abound for credit unions.
The California Department of Financial Institutions reached an agreement with FoolProof, the Florida consumer advocacy initiative, to start offering financial literacy curriculum across the state.
Only two financial institutions are left on the planet: one bank and your credit union. You are surrounded by nothing but Gen Yers, aged 14-34.
Moving quickly over the weekend, FoolProof, the Florida-based consumer advocacy initiative, partnered with 15 state leagues and took a leadership role on the corporate takeover crisis by producing and distributing a free 90-second video for CUs.
Foolproof, the financial literacy program which last month started giving its online services to 3,000 small CUs, is picking up new endorsements this month.