Move Your Money Monday.
If you didn’t take part in Bank Transfer Day on Saturday, November 5th, this is a friendly reminder that it’s not too late to move your money from a “too big to fail” bank into a local credit union.
With this move, you can expect better interests rates, a feeling of pride knowing your investments will be better spent among the community, and you’ll be helping to minimize the economic risk that the banking giants pose from holding too much power.
So take an hour out of your day, open up a new account, and make the move!

Move Your Money Monday.

If you didn’t take part in Bank Transfer Day on Saturday, November 5th, this is a friendly reminder that it’s not too late to move your money from a “too big to fail” bank into a local credit union.

With this move, you can expect better interests rates, a feeling of pride knowing your investments will be better spent among the community, and you’ll be helping to minimize the economic risk that the banking giants pose from holding too much power.

So take an hour out of your day, open up a new account, and make the move!


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