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Native American Heritage Month: Chief Seattle Club

Native American Heritage Month: Chief Seattle Club

Proclaimed in 1990, November is Native American Heritage Month and we encourage staff to learn more about its history and cultural significance.

Dog Friendly Spots in the Greater Seattle Area

Dog Friendly Spots in the Greater Seattle Area

Seattle is obsessed with its pets. With more dogs in the city than children, it’s easy to see why Seattle continues to be a dog-lover’s top city of choice.

Benefits of Riding and Tips for Financing Your First Bicycle

Benefits of Riding and Tips for Financing Your First Bicycle

Cycling has and continues to grow as an important mode of transportation in our city and throughout the Pacific Northwest. As Seattle traffic increases and public transportation options expand, the opportunity to utilize bike lanes has made it easier than ever to make cycling a part of a healthy lifestyle.

Outdoor Guide for Dogs in Washington State

Outdoor Guide for Dogs in Washington State

Time outdoors should be fun for the entire family. Yes, this includes our tail-wagging friends too. When it comes to choosing hikes for our dogs it is important to know the precautionary measures you need to take to ensure a safe experience for all parties. Here, you will find trail rules for our furry friends in Washington State.    

Home Improvement Planning and Financing Made Easy

Home Improvement Planning and Financing Made Easy

As you do your house cleaning, you may think of a new feature or two you’d like for your home. Although improvements can be expensive, thinking through the logistics and costs can give you a sense of the potential benefits too. 

7 Home improvement projects that add value (and 3 that don't)

7 Home improvement projects that add value (and 3 that don't)

Remodeling and renovating your home can make your home more enjoyable, and— if done right—increase your home’s value along the way. But not all renovations are created equal. While some projects can add significant value to your home, others can actually reduce the sale price. So what’s a homeowner to do?

Our Community Commitment: Learn, Engage, Serve

Our Community Commitment: Learn, Engage, Serve

There are many opportunities for professional and community development in the credit union world. Here at Seattle Credit Union, our leadership regularly participates in these opportunities, so that we remain engaged with and committed to the communities we serve.

Seattle Credit Union + YouthCare: Building Community Through Financial Education

Seattle Credit Union + YouthCare: Building Community Through Financial Education

Today kicks off the first of a three-part financial education workshop series at YouthCare, led by our very own Jasmine Jones, Business Development Specialist.

GIVEBIG and Receive 5x Rewards

GIVEBIG and Receive 5x Rewards

For those of you that would like to give on a weekly, monthly or annual basis, there are several ways to set up automatic payments.

    Top Tax-Filing Mistakes To Avoid

    Top Tax-Filing Mistakes To Avoid

    Did you know people that do their taxes on paper are 20 times more likely to make an error than e-filers? Prepare your tax return using IRS e-file or another e-file system to help avoid these common mistakes and a delay on your next tax refund.

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