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IRWINDALE, Calif. (July 21, 2014) – SCE Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit and certified Community Development Financial Institution, re-opened its Boyle Heights branch in the historic City Hall building on July 19 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The city refurbished the building due to extensive damage from a 5.5-magnitude earthquake in 2008 centered in nearby Chino Hills...
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Why Business and Personal Finances Don't Mix, Your Local Finanical Institution is Your Small Business's Best Bet, Why You should Automate Your Savings, What is Travel Accident Insurance?, Five Common Online Banking Mistakes, Seven Ways to Save at the Supermarket, Top Three New Car Values...
IRWINDALE, Calif. (July 14, 2014) – SCE Federal Credit Union (SCE FCU) recently became a sponsor of “Tu Mundo Hoy!,” a daily one-hour, Spanish-language TV show that takes an in-depth look at health and financial issues facing the Hispanic community. The show provides a weekly forum on Los Angeles TV station KJLA (Channel 57) for SCE FCU financial gurus to provide insights and advice...Read More
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No Hidden Fees Visa Promo, Note from the CEO, Help Protect Your Assets, We're Back in Boyle Heights, Now Offering Adjustable Rate Mortgages, Congratulations to the 2014 Scholarship Recipients, We Make It Easy to Roll Over Your 401(k)...
Center for Financial Empowerment Teaches Boyle Heights Youth Smart Money Habits Through Reality SeminarJun 27, 2014 | News & Press
IRWINDALE, Calif. (June 27, 2014) – More than 100 young adults from the Boyle Heights, Calif. area put their personal finance skills to the test during the Center for Financial Empowerment’s “Mad City Money” event – a financial reality seminar for teenagers. SCE Federal Credit Union founded the non-profit, the Center for Financial Empowerment, and hosted the event at its new Boyle Heights branch on June 21...Read More
Our new branch officially opened for business this past Monday, June 23rd! Our old Boyle Heights branch was forced to close due to a 5.5 magnitude earthquake in the greater Los Angeles area on July 29th, 2008. It’s been a long road, but the City of Boyle Heights has completely refurbished the old City Hall building and welcomed us back...Read More