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Annual Reports

Annual Reports & Quarterly Newsletters

Each year America’s Credit Union prepares an Annual Report for review and presentation to members at our Annual Meeting.

  • Member-owners have access to annual numbers in full transparency.
  • Contact us if you would like a hard copy of the reports shown below.

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Annual Reports & Quarterly Newsletters

For hard copies of the reports shown below, please contact us.

Annual Report

Quarterly Newsletter

Electronic newsletters are sent monthly to everyone who subscribes to the ACU Blog. Stay in the know with our most recent Blog Posts, promotions, offers, and monthly newsletter by subscribing now!

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Planning Resources for ACU Members

Budgeting Your Own Finances

Budget ebook cover and spineLike our annual planning for the Credit Union, it’s also essential that you have good budgeting habits.

Whether you’re budgeting and saving for a one-time event like a wedding, saving for a major life change like having a baby, or getting better at managing daily spending and saving in general, this eBook will help!

Full of budget templates and tips about creating a budget and tricks for sticking to it, this guide is essential for your future savings goals. With some organization and a good plan, you’ll be reaching your financial goals in no time.

Free eBook

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The Impact of Taxes in Retirement

[BLOG POST] A recent Nationwide Retirement Institute survey finds nearly two in five retirees (37 percent) admit they did not consider how taxes would affect their retirement income when planning for retirement.

As a result, they may have lost the opportunity to save an additional six years' worth of income in retirement. Keep reading...