At the end of February, President Bush signed the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 a piece of legislation he described as a booster shot for the American economy. This legislation promises payment of at least $300 to all qualifying Americans. Here are some frequently ask questions about the Economic Stimulus Payment, including how to get it ... and how to use it!
2007 was an exciting year for Cooperative Federal. We provided high-quality services to more members across Syracuse, expanded our community development programs ... we even changed our name! Check out our 2007 Annual Report to learn all about the changes, challenges, and triumphs your credit union experienced last year.
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Syracuse, NY On Thursday, October 18, 2007, a coalition of Central New York Credit Unions, including Cooperative Federal, landscaped a home in Syracuses Eastside neighborhood to commemorate International Credit Union Day. The building is home to an extended family of refugees saving up to purchase the house, which is currently managed by Home HeadQuarters, Inc.
Syracuse, NY --- This October, Cooperative Federal reaches a milestone as it celebrates its 25th year working for social and economic justice in Syracuse. The celebration culminated with an Anniversary celebration held at May Memorial on Friday evening, October 5, 2007. Nearly 200 members, community leaders, and local politicians participated in the event which featured dinner, dancing, and impromptu testimonials from people whose lives have been touched by the credit union.
Effective November 15, 2007, all Saturday transactions will be posted on next day's business. That means when you come in to the office on Saturday, your transactions register on your account as done on Monday. (Or, if Monday is a holiday, they post on Tuesday.)
Please note that this includes loan payments. If your loan due date falls on a Saturday, please make sure that we receive your payment by Friday.
The Post Standard interviewed Thom Dellwo, Financial Education Coordinator at Cooperative Federal for their special "Choices" section. All the articles focused on what students need to know beofre the leave for college. The story was printed on April, 3rd 2007. Here is an excerpt...
Q: What are problems young people often face when it comes to finances?
Members have alerted us recently that they have received calls and emails from suspicious sounding "credit unions" asking for credit card numbers and other personal information. These "fishy" credit unions may be a phishing scam intended to collect information through email and phone calls!