FREE Financial Counseling for 1st Nor Cal® Credit Union Members
In need of financial counseling? We’re here to help. Timely and honest financial advice is available to our members at no cost or obligation.
Make your FREE Financial Counseling appointment TODAY!
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“It’s a Money Thing” Video Series
Who said financial education has to be all serious and boring?
You are invited to join our main character Jen on her journey to understand everything there is to know about money. This video series entertains and educates and is full of useful info for young and old alike. The financial concepts presented are sophisticated, while the simple animated approach perfectly appeals to all – especially young adults.
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External Financial Education Partners and Services
The organizations and resources linked below are for the benefit of our members and visitors to our website. We believe sound financial decision-making should be based on education.
1st Nor Cal® Credit Union does not necessarily endorse or guarantee any information provided by the following organizations or resources.
- Vitucci Integrated Planning
Vitucci Integrated Planning is committed to providing ongoing education in the area of financial planning and retirement. They offer financial workshops on a variety of financial planning topics including Financial Planning, IRA Rollovers, Retirement Accounts, Life Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, College Accounts and more. Call for a FREE, no obligation, complimentary meeting.
Today’s answers …. for tomorrow’s concerns.
Gene A. Schnabel and Jason Vitucci
Securities through First Allied Securities, a registered dealer broker, member FINRA/SIPC.
- We Own Our Bank
Learn about the Credit Union Difference!
www.weownourbank.com is packed full of financial information, tips, tools and resources.
- Elder Financial Protection Network
Elder financial abuse is a crime. It involves the wrongful taking of money or property, whether through fraud, scams, predatory caretakers or family, or others. An estimated $2.9 billion is stolen annually from elders. You can learn to protect yourself and those you love. Visit www.elderfinancialprotection.org for more info.