Join PSCU & Channel 95.5 for Run for the Money!
On Saturday, April 13th, PSCU will be participating in a 5k and 100 yard dash called "Run for the Money!" It is in collaboration with Money Smart Week and Michigan Jumpstart Coalition. Sign up or get more information here.
It is finally time to buy a new car for you or your business. One of the first things you need to determine before heading out to shop is how large of a loan you want to take out and for how long. The amount of money depends on your personal budget and your credit score. However, the length of time for the loan is largely up to you.
When buying a new car, getting a loan to cover the cost is an increasingly popular option chosen by new drivers. In fact, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and reported by CNN Money shows that a record 107 million Americans currently have auto loan debt, a number which has been growing rapidly over the past 5 years.
A sense of community can be a wonderful thing that helps you get up in the morning, but it can seem vague and hard to approach. Luckily, it’s not too hard once you set your sights on specific ways to get more involved in your community.
On April 16th at 4:30pm our Grosse Ile branch will host a rescheduled seminar on Estates and Trusts. Snacks and refreshments will be available. The seminar will be led by Tom Landis. Please send an email to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a Shred-It truck on site at our Romulus branch parking lot (7665 Merriman Rd.) on Saturday, April 27th from 10AM - Noon. This is a free service for PSCU members. Limit 2 boxes per member.
Our fee schedule has been updated. Click here for the most current version.
PSCU will no longer offer gift cards for purchase. Gift cards sold previously will not be impacted and will remain active. All remaining card balances will be honored. We still offer Mad Money, which is a great idea if you would like to gift someone cash.
Our scholarship applications are now being accepted until April 30th, 2019. Application details can be found on our website or in person at any branch. We provide 10- $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors or students actively pursuing higher education. Good luck!
This month the employee spotlight is shining bright into the eyes of John! John has been with PSCU for 6 years. He started as a teller then was promoted into the risk management department in 2014. In 2018, he became PSCU's new corporate trainer. John shows creativity and enthusiasm while training new employees. He works to keep their learning engaging and fun. John is great to be around because of his wittiness, sense of humor and team player attitude. Company morale has risen by 25 points just because of John's white board initiative. Thank you for all you do John! We are lucky to have you here at PSCU.
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