Poor and middle-class Americans give more to charity, while wealthy taxpayers donate less.
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Forum will discuss credit unions’ volunteer efforts around financial education.
Once retirement planning was pretty simple – your employer offered a set pension every month, Social Security benefits were determined, and with a little foresight you had some savings earmarked for the day you quit work.
Bob Schumacher instrumental in shaping National Credit Union Foundation’s development education program.
Clarence Hall filed suit against Mississippi in the 1960s to allow African Americans to obtain charters, set up not-for-profits.
One of the three credit union executives set to receive the National Credit Union Foundation's Herb Wegner Awards for Lifetime Achievement in 2015 leads a credit union that serves in one of the poorest counties in the country.
Clarence Hall Jr., of the $1.2M Issaquena County FCU, will receive an award for lifetime achievement.
Applications for three available seats must be received by Oct. 31.
National Credit Union Foundation Executive Director Gigi Hyland publishes an impressive "foodie" blog.