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2015 PSCU
Board of Directors
Frederick W. Morgan

Carol Palazzolo
Vice Chairperson

Dean J. Trudeau

Edward A. Carey, Jr.

George Sciotti
Bernard Hanus
Nora Sharpley
Credit Committee
Veronica Massey
Huey Ferguson
Juanita Henry
Michael McMicken
PSCU geek
Do you or someone you know need financial advice? Does your credit report leave you with more questions than answers? Well we are here to help! For a limited time, we will set you up with your very own financial geek. They will walk you through your credit report for thirty days and find ways to save you money. Yeah that's right... we said 30 days. Oh, and did we mention- it's totally free! What do you really have to lose?

To sign up for this great service, simply email us at or call 734-641-8400 option 2 and we will make it happen for you! Don't forget to tell your friends!

Stages of Life Seminar

Thank you to all who attended our "Stages of Life" seminar. We are happy to report that we were able to help many PSCU members. "I was just saying to my husband I needed a step by step with this credit report- this has been so informative." says one member about the night. "I will be sure to be at the next one! Thanks, PSCU!"
What Size Should Your Mortgage Down Payment Be?
Is the 20 percent rule really that important?

As if buying your first home wasn�t stressful enough with inspections and appraisals, you also have to worry about financing. Deciding how much to put down on your home can affect you for the rest of your life. Luckily, there are clear-cut advantages and disadvantages to putting certain amounts down.

Garage Sale Do�s and Don�ts
Consider these tips when hosting your next tag sale

It�s yard sale season! How does it sound to get paid for items you don�t want?

Green Ways to Stay Cool in the Summer
Relief from the heat can come in many forms

Operating an air conditioner is an $11 billion a year venture for Americans. What�s more, those a/c units release about 100 million tons of carbon monoxide into the air annually � two tons for each home using one, according to WebMD. You can, however, reduce your own carbon footprint while staying cooler this summer, and save some money on electricity costs while you�re at it.

Sumpter Branch

You talked and we've listened!  Since our branch closed in March, many of our members have requested service for our Sumpter members.  So PSCU will be in the same office location every other Friday from 9:30 AM-3:30 PM beginning April 17th. See you then!
Save to Win is back!

Our ever popular Save to Win Program is back and better then ever! When you Save to Win, you not only get a chance at winning, but you walk away with the deposits you made over the year plus interest. A definite win-win situation! When you open a 12-month Save to Win share certificate, you have your first entry into that month's drawing as well as additional drawings throughout the …

Money Smart Week with Students

In celebration of Money Smart Week, on Wednesday, April 22nd Public Service Credit Union was honored to have State Representative Erika Geiss come and speak to students from Romulus Elementary School. Representative Geiss spoke to the kids about financial responsibility and education.

Holiday Closings

All PSCU branches will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.

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