|11/13/2015||Neighbors Federal Credit Union President and CEO Kathi Gill, CCUE Announces Retirement - Steve E. Webb, Jr. Named Successor
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Federal Credit Union in Baton Rouge announced today that Kathi Gill, CCUE is
retiring as President/CEO after 34 plus years of service effective December 1st,
2015. Working her way through the ranks
as a teller, branch manager, and Executive Vice President, Kathi became CEO in
2008. Since that time, Neighbors has
more than doubled in asset size to over $735 million, she has presided over
three mergers, added six new branch locations, mortgage lending and business
services offices, two school branches , new mobile technology and most
recently, a core conversion.
|10/16/2015||Neighbors Announces Friends of the Animals Baton Rouge as Winner of Choose A Charity Contest |
| || Neighbors is happy to announce that the winner of the $10,000 donation is Friends of the Animals Baton Rouge!
|9/25/2015 ||Neighbors Announces Choose A Charity Contest |
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Credit Union is proud to present the Choose A Charity Contest! Neighbors is encouraging everyone in the Baton Rouge
area to take control of making a difference in the local community. Any local
non-profit registered as a 501(c)(3) and owned or operated in the Baton Rouge
area is invited to enter for a chance to win $10,000 toward their organization.
|9/17/2015 ||Annual Clay Shoot for Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center Scheduled for March 2016 |
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The Neighbors Capital Area Foundation will
host its 3rd Annual Clays for Kids Sporting Clay Tournament benefitting
the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center (BRCAC) on March 11, 2016 at Riverside
Lodge Club in Denham Springs. The
Neighbors Capital Area Foundation is an initiative by Neighbors Federal Credit
Union to provide support for community service organizations in Baton
|9/1/2015 ||Rent or Buy? What makes sense for your family? |
Maybe you’ve been renting for years to save up for a down
payment. Maybe you jumped into home-ownership when your first baby was born. There
are lots of factors to consider: family priorities, financial situations,
school choices, etc. Either way, it’s always smart to weigh the pros and
|8/3/2015 ||Don’t Break the Bank on School Supplies
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A new school year is near.
You’re thrilled the kids will be out of your hair but dreading the late
night homework problems. Either way, new books and clothes are required before
the first bell rings. According to the National Retail Federation, families
spent an average of $669.28 on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics in
2014. Here are a few tips to save some
cash when loading up on rulers and construction paper:
|7/1/2015 ||Credit Repair: Deal or No Deal? |
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erase your bad credit – 100% guaranteed.” "Create a new credit identity –
legally.” Television commercials, radio ads and spam emails incessantly advise people
to "know their credit score” and take steps to improve their credit. Is repairing credit through a company
legitimate? Let’s discuss.
|6/1/2015 ||“You have been selected”: Phone Scams |
| ||The number of phone scams increases every year and they are becoming more sophisticated. Some people lose a small amount of money and others lose their life savings. Here's a list of a few warning signs of a scam.|
|5/26/2015 ||IdentityTheft.gov website launched by the Federal Trade Commission |
| ||The Federal Trade Commission launches new website aimed at helping consumers cope with identity theft.|
|5/4/2015 ||Neighbors Federal Credit Union Celebrates National Credit Union Youth Month |
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Neighbors is thrilled to announce that in the month of April, 54 youth share accounts were opened, 701 members under the age of 18 made deposits and $273,359.49 was deposited into youth accounts.
|5/1/2015 ||Secrets behind credit scores and borrowing money |
Consumers shopping for credit products are looking for the best interest rate and low monthly payments. Shoppers can use advertised "APR"s to compare financing options from different lending institutions.
Credit scores directly influence the APR available to a consumer and knowing what to look for can save you money. Get the inside scoop here to make informed decisions with confidence.
|4/23/2015 ||Neighbors Highlights:
Spring 2015 |
| ||The spring of 2015 has been packed with financial empowerment outreach! Reaching people when and where they need us it key to helping our community’s financial well-being!|
|4/13/2015 ||"Wild About Saving" Prizes |
| ||April's National Credit Union "Youth Saves" month encourages parents to open youth savings accounts in time to win big prizes! See details now.|
|4/1/2015 ||"Wild About Saving" April Kickoff! |
April is National Credit Union Youth Month and we are joining in the fun to get wild about saving!
Almost half of young adults wish that they had learned about the importance of saving money growing up. Saving is about creating a routine of always putting a little money away and not spending everything you have.
|3/10/2015 ||Credit: How to rebuild or build it |
| ||Building and rebuilding credit is one of the hottest topics members have when they come to workshops and classes. Credit affects many parts of consumer's lives: whether we can get a loan, how much we will pay for that loan, and bad credit can even affect clearance levels in some professions.|
Read more about building and rebuilding it here!
|3/1/2015 ||Making your tax refund work for you |
Tax season is already upon us and Americans everywhere have big plans for their refunds. For many adults refund season is better than Christmas! Before setting your mind on one purchase consider making your refund really work for you.
Here are some ideas to use this money to set 2015 up for financial success.
|2/13/2015 ||BATON ROUGE PARENTS MAGAZINE: Avoiding the entitlement trap |
Want to raise a responsible child who doesn't demand constant gratification? Read on for expert tips on curbing a child’s sense of entitlement, from toddler-hood through the teen years.
|2/1/2015 ||Credit Worthy: Know how to play the game |
Many of life’s important activities require a credit check during the decision making process. Knowing your credit history is the first step to ensuring that you get a good review regardless of what activities you are pursuing. Check out these tips below to learn more about how to check on your credit.