If you are looking to provide your children with a financial boost for their future, you might want to explore the benefits of opening an account that offers the flexibility to align the funds with their goals. A Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA) savings account might be precisely what you need.
Keep Calm and Credit Union: Born to Thrive Amid Market Uncertainty
Many members came to #creditunions chasing a great rate, not realizing that they are taking part in something larger and more important – especially during times of economic uncertainty. So, while every company that has your email address wrote you last week about the safety of your account, I’d like to tell you why the one from your credit union might be worth a second look.
After all, you own the place.
A Letter From Our CEO: Logix is Exceptionally Strong and Well-Capitalized
Dear Valued Members,
Given recent events in the banking industry, including the sudden shuttering of Silvergate Bank and the FDIC’s takeover of Silicon Valley, Signature, and now First Republic Bank, I saw an opportunity to reach out about your relationship with Logix. At times like this, it’s nice to be reminded of the security of your deposits and our long-standing commitment to your financial health. Times like this can also be eye-opening; we’ve experienced an increase in calls from individuals who are moving funds to Logix over concerns with their bank's safety. Besides competitive rates and trustworthy service, it would be hard to find a safer home for your deposits – particularly those exceeding $250,000.
What is Capital and Why is it Important?
You may have seen some of the recent e-mails we’ve sent to let you know that, despite these uncertain times, your money is safe with Logix Federal Credit Union.
You might have even noticed some similar language in each one: Your deposits are federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration; we’re one of the healthiest and strongest financial institutions in the nation and capitalized at 13.3%! Then we tell you that these statements ought to put our members’ minds at ease.
A Letter From Our CEO: New Year. New Habits.
I look forward to the beginning of each new year as an opportunity to set self-improvement goals. For many of us, New Year's resolutions are focused on health but it’s just as important to evaluate your financial wellness and resolve to set some long- and short-term goals. Fortunately, January is Financial Wellness month, which was created to remind us to pay closer attention to our financial well-being after the hustle, bustle, and high spending that comes with the holiday season.