News & Alerts
Inside this issue:
A Note form the CEO, Annual Meeting & Nomination of Officials, Apple Pay is here!, Get Real-Time Notifications for Your Debit Card, Life's Rewarding - your credit card should be, too!, Are You Ready for the Big One? Quake Risks Are Real, Changing the Future, Managing Cash Flow in Retirement, To New Beginnings & New Starts...
After the honor of serving as President & CEO of SCE FCU for more than 25 years, I will be entering the next phase of my life - retirement.Jan 01, 2016 | A Note From The CEO
After the honor of serving as President and CEO of SCE Federal Credit Union for more than 25 years, I will be entering the next phase of my life – retirement. I announced to our Board of Directors and management team two years ago that I would be retiring mid-year in 2016...Read More
Please join us...
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Registration 5:30pm, Annual Meeting 6:00pm
SCE FCU Corporate Office, 12701 Schabarum Avenue, Irwindale CA 91706
The annual meeting will feature a report from the CEO, the Board Chair and the Supervisory Committee. We will also conduct an election for two (2) Board positions, each with a three (3) year term...Read More
Paying with your SCE FCU Visa Platinum Debit or Credit card is now easier and more secure than ever with Apple Pay™!
Apple Pay changes how you pay using contactless payment technologies and security features built into your iPhone 6, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. All have the ability to use your SCE FCU cards at more than 200,000 retailers nationwide. Look for one of these symbols at the register then simply hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on Touch ID and your transaction is complete...
CardNav is our new smartphone app, allowing you to have more control over your debit card. You can set it up to:
- Send you a notification – on a real time basis – whenever your card is used. Many times, you’ve received the alert before your card is even handed back to you!
- Limit the locations where your card may be used, so unauthorized transactions in faraway lands won’t stand a chance
- Set limits for transaction amounts, enabling you to be alerted to large transactions...
Detailed budgeting, frequent monitoring of income and expenses, and prompt action to address potential cash flow problems are essential elements of financial planning for retirees. Despite careful planning and reasonable assumptions about investment returns, inflation, living costs, and other variables, retirees are likely to face many developments affecting their cash flow over the years.
Expenses vary depending on individual lifestyles and health. Income may be affected by changes in investment performance and interest rates. Other factors bearing on cash flow include changes in tax rates and alterations to Medicare, Social Security, and employer-provided retiree benefits...Read More
There’s nothing like a summer “blockbuster” to capture the terror of an extreme natural disaster, as in the 2015 movie San Andreas featuring action-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Though the film may draw some attention to the risk of earthquakes – in this case “the big one” in California – news footage of the recent devastation caused by two deadly earthquakes in Nepal is more realistic.
According to a recent study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the likelihood a magnitude 8.0 or larger earthquake will strike California in the next 30 years has increased from 4.7% to about 7.0%. Despite these odds, only about 10% of California homeowners currently have earthquake coverage...Read More