Credit Union of Denver is launching a new website! We are anticipating it to go live later in June. You may notice the new look, but the URL is still the same: cudenver.com. We thought it may be beneficial to answer some general questions about the new site here: Where do I log-in to online banking (cudonline)? There is a green colored log-in button on the top-right of the site, shown with an icon of a person. Click here and log-in as usual. Where can I find the current promotions?... Read More
Sending money to friends and family is becoming a common necessity, whether you’re splitting the cost of a lunch tab, paying someone back for a shared birthday present, or even paying the babysitter. One of the fastest and easiest ways to do that is to send money digitally using peer-to-peer (or P2P) payments. P2P payments enable you to send money to another person right from an app on your mobile device using a linked bank account, credit card or debit card. You can think of it as a digital replacement... Read More
The votes are in! Because there were the same number of candidates as there were openings for the Board of Directors and the Credit Committee, the candidates were elected by acclamation. The membership voted on 4 candidates for 3 open positions on the Supervisory Committee, and the following people were elected: Carl Bingham (incumbent), Aimee Cucarola (incumbent) and Fernando Rocha. Congratulations to those elected and thank you to all our members who took the time to vote and participate.
Credit Union of Denver’s 2021 Annual Meeting was a success! Thank you to our members who took the time out of their day to join us at our virtual annual meeting held on Saturday, May 15, 2021. If you missed it, for your convenience, here is the Annual Report regarding the credit union’s financials in 2020.
Are you afraid of your credit score? If so, we understand. Those three little numbers seem — more than ever — to be looked at as a measure of your adulthood and overall capability. However, you’re only hurting yourself by avoiding that three-digit number. That’s one of the findings of a recent study from WalletHub. The report asked 500 adult consumers about their credit scores and found that 14 percent of adults avoid their scores because they’re afraid of what they’ll find. As you likely know already, your credit score... Read More
With you through life’s journey… Whether you are about to retire, become a full time grandparent, or start a new chapter, Social Security provides financial benefits, information, and tools to help secure today and tomorrow for you and your family. We are holding webinars for our members with SSA as the presenter. Registration can be found on our event calendar. There are many questions around when to file, how working income or other income affects your social security status, if spouses are eligible for benefits after a divorce, etc. As... Read More
Credit Union of Denver is happy to announce that we are hosting two virtual seminars about Medicare. Both will be presented by Dennis DelPizzo of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in Denver. Dennis is a Health Insurance Specialist in External Affairs and has worked in the Medicare program for over 31 years. Below are resources that will be referenced during the presentation that you may find helpful: A Quick Look at Medicare 2021 Medicare Costs Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Vaccine/Medicare Colorado SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program)... Read More
Americans have a love affair with credit cards. According to the latest Federal Reserve figures, we collectively have over $900 billion in credit card debt. Our nation loves to shop, but sometimes that consumerism leads to debt and a difficult financial situation. Here are some tips that’ll help you learn how to live within your means. Know your income and expenses The first thing you need to know is what’s coming in and what’s going out. Make a list of all of the income you have from your job, side work, pension, or... Read More
With you through life’s journey… Whether you are about to retire, become a full time grandparent, or start a new chapter, Social Security provides financial benefits, information, and tools to help secure today and tomorrow for you and your family. Today, about 178 million people work and pay Social Security taxes and about 64 million people receive monthly Social Security benefits. With retirement, disability, and survivors benefits, we improve the quality of life for millions throughout life’s journey. We’re there day one Just as we were there day one for... Read More
Trying to securely make the most of today’s technology can be overwhelming for almost all of us, but it can be especially challenging for family members not as used to or as familiar with technology. Therefore, we wanted to share some key steps to help secure family members who may be struggling with technology and might misunderstand the risks that come with using it. Focus on The Basics Frequently, the best way to help secure others is to make security as simple as possible for them. Focus on the fewest... Read More