Today, Logix will return $5 million to the people who helped us earn it.
When I arrived at LFCU in 1989 as CFO, the Credit Union had roughly 100,000 members. When I left briefly in 1993, LFCU had roughly 100,000 members; and when I returned to LFCU in 2001 as CEO, we still had roughly 100,000 members. In fact, from the late 1980s until 2010, the credit union’s total member population remained relatively constant, at about 100,000.
Occasionally Logix will invite guests to post on financial topics, and we are pleased to present this article from April McCaffery, author ofthe book Balancing the Single Mom Budget. She also runs the It’s All About Balance blog.
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