It’s the 10th anniversary of Financial Literacy Month! This month the Meridian Credit Union is sharing key tips on saving, minimizing debt, and managing your financial goals.
“First, we look at the importance of having an emergency fund. We all talk about it, but how do we do it?
In this how-to guide, Melanna Giannakis, Meridian Branch Manager helps break it all down: http://ow.ly/kE4B50C9uID “
Meridian Credit Union
610 Niagara St, Welland, ON L3C 1L8
Who we are:
At Meridian, we’re committed to providing Canadians with exceptional banking, features, services, security, and advice so they can get everything they want from their money, and their lives. We are Ontario’s largest credit union and the second largest in Canada, with over 370,000 Members.
Unlike some of the larger financial institutions, we don’t have public shareholders. Credit unions are not-for-profit, and more focused on community. At Meridian, our Members are owners – that means that any profit we make goes right back into improving our products and services and innovating new ways to enhance our Members’ lives.
What makes us different
Meridian offers similar products and services to that of a big bank, with a more personal touch. We’re deeply committed to our communities and Members. We’re always finding new ways to help – like innovative features, community programs, fantastic service, and really great rates.
We’re committed to communities
Meridian’s dedication to helping Canadians goes beyond banking.
Thriving communities are essential to the individual well-being of our Members and the overall well-being of Canadians. That’s why we invest portions of our profits in financial literacy, local community organizations, environmental initiatives, co-op programs, and more. We also match our employees’ donations and empower them to get more involved in volunteering.