2020 Voting Results are in!

The votes are in! There were 693 valid ballots cast for the election this year. Our Call for Nominations process resulted in fewer candidates as there were openings for the Supervisory Committee and the exact number of candidates as there were openings for the Credit Committee. Therefore, these candidates are considered elected by acclamation and no election by the membership was needed. For the Supervisory Committee: Pauline Borquez. For the Credit Committee: Dave Domagala and Cynthia Harris. The Board of Directors had 5 candidates running for 3 open positions. After... Read More

Special Assistance Loans & Help

Special Assistance Options: We are aware that many of you may be financially impacted due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting your job and/or employer. Find below options to assist you: Loan Payment Deferral Credit Union of Denver is offering up to 90 days of no-fee payment deferrals on existing, current loans for members who have been financially impacted by the coronavirus.  (not all loans will qualify for 90 days) Interest will continue to accrue on deferred loans. If you need a loan payment deferral, please contact us at 303.239.1150 or 800.279.3288.... Read More

How to lower your car insurance rate during the coronavirus

The coronavirus means you’re likely driving your car a lot less. If you’re driving has decreased, you should try to get your auto insurance to follow suit. Thankfully, many insurers are already offering discounts. Here’s a breakdown of some of the reductions and then a few tips if you’re not getting a good price. Reductions Allstate (and its brands Esurance and Encompass): 15 percent back on premiums in April and May. American Family Insurance: One-time $50 payment for each insured car. Liberty Mutual: 15 percent refund on premiums for April... Read More

Personal Finance Picture – Take Time to Take Stock

If you find yourself stuck at home for the foreseeable future, it may be a good idea to take an in-depth look at your finances while utilizing this time period to get things done! Here are some smart ideas: Organize your Passwords: While in quarantine, there is no better time to assemble all of your accounts, passwords and points of contact. If you have a significant other, do this together. You should update your passwords to include more characters, symbols and numbers, so they are harder for cybercriminals to crack.... Read More

8 Steps to manage your finances – Use your time wisely

60-Day Action Plan: 8 Steps on How You Can Manage Your Finances Wisely A lot of us find ourselves with a little more time on our hands. Taking advantage of this time can be adventitious for your personal financial life. Here are a few things you can do to work through the current crisis and set yourself up for better financial success in the future. 1. Get in the driver’s seat: You are in control of your financial future – nobody can or will do it for you. Although this... Read More

Social Media Privacy

Imagine this scenario: A person walks into a crowded room and loudly broadcasts all the details of their private life to total strangers—from their health issues to their family and friends’ names, ages, jobs, or school locations. You would think they were crazy, right? Well people do this online via social media, every day! Once you post anything online, you have lost control of it. The ramifications of sharing too much can have an impact not only on your personal and professional life but also the lives of your family... Read More

Coronavirus Scams

We all know first-hand how much of an impact COVID-19 is having on our daily routines. During this difficult time criminals see opportunity! Stay educated and diligent on the ever-changing fraud schemes impacting consumers. CORONAVIRUS SCAMS The growing uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic is fueling Disaster Fraud. Fraudsters are using the coronavirus as an opportunity to scam consumers. We want to help you become educated on the warning signs, so you can better protect yourself from financial harm. E-mail and text message phishing scams, disguised as the Centers for Disease... Read More

Positivity in the News

Dear members, Here are a few things that might be helpful while navigating all the changes we are all experiencing. We’re calling it “Positivity in the News”. (as of March 20, 2020) The IRS has extended the tax deadline from April 15 to July 15 to give all taxpayers and businesses additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties.   Over two dozen school districts and counting across Colorado are offering free “grab ‘n’ go” meals for the many children under 18 who depend on free meals... Read More

COVID-19 update from President/CEO

Beginning March 23, our lobbies will be temporarily closed due to COVID-19 safety precautions. We will be serving our members through our Alameda Branch drive-up, Call Center, online/mobile banking and ATMs.  In-person visits at our Alameda Branch are by appointment only by calling 303-239-1150. March 21, 2020 Dear Members, As we continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the health and safety of our members and employees remains our top concern.  Therefore, on Monday, March 23rd, we are temporarily closing our Alameda Branch lobby and our Federal Center Branch, while... Read More