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Leadership Changes at Clackamas

Leadership Changes at Clackamas

We are excited to announce two big changes to our Leadership team! » Kimo Rosa named Chief Lending Officer Kimo brings more than 15 years of branch operations and lending leadership experience to his new role, where he will lead our collections, consumer, real estate and business lending units and serve as a member of the Senior Management Team, helping … Read more

Stretching Your Dollar at the Grocery Store

Stretch Your Dollar at the Grocery Store

We all know that we should be paying more attention to our money. For many of us thinking about how we spend our money is the last thing we want to do. Don’t worry – we’re here to help! Don’t know where to start? Let’s talk about the grocery store. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks to … Read more

Mobile Deposit at Clackamas

Mobile Deposit Quick Tips

As you may know, due to a change in the law, when making mobile deposits you must write “For Mobile Deposit Only at Clackamas” on the back of checks. Here is what you need to know to help make each deposit a success: Place the check on a dark, flat background. Take the photo above the check – not at … Read more

Clackamas Federal Credit Union - McLoughlin

Clackamas is growing!

Clackamas Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors and Senior Management Team are excited to announce the purchase of a new location to serve as our administrative offices. The commercial space is located in the Oak Grove community in Milwaukie off of McLoughlin Boulevard. It is approximately two miles north of our McLoughlin Branch. The space was formerly occupied by Safeway … Read more

Clackamas staff participating in the Gladstone Parade in 2018

2018 Annual Report

Our Annual Meeting has wrapped up for the year, and we’ve spent some time reflecting not only on how busy 2018 was, but how great it was for Clackamas! In 2018 we helped our 33,000+ members achieve their goals – financing their first homes, saving money for school, or making plans to improve their credit – together we made it … Read more

Down Payment Lowdown

Let me start the inaugural post of In the Weeds with Lee by addressing a misconception from Annelle’s latest blog, “Avocado Toast and the Millennial Mortgage.”  You don’t need a college degree to purchase a home. You probably will need a down payment and Annelle is right – it is easier than you think to get into that first home. There … Read more

Access to Your FICO® Score

Access to your FICO® Score!

We are excited to announce a new free feature available to members with open loans at Clackamas! If you have an open loan or credit card at Clackamas, you now have the ability to view your FICO® Score. The scores, updated quarterly, are available through our website at clackamasfcu.org/your-fico-score. In addition to the score and top two score factors, you … Read more

Avocado Toast and the Millennial Mortgage

Avocado Toast and the Millennial Mortgage

Can you have your avocado toast and your own home too? You’re a millennial, you’re out of school and you have the job. Now you’re looking in to adulting even further by buying your first house. Can you do it without having to give up the morning coffee at the local hip spot and the delicious avocado toast with the … Read more

Youth Month: Needs vs Wants

Youth Month: Needs vs Wants

» Saving for a Rainy Day One lesson that we continue to learn, even as grown-ups, is the difference between needs and wants. A need is something that you require because it is necessary or very important. A want is something you would like to have. If you need help understanding the difference between needs and wants here are some examples. … Read more

Youth Month: Saving for a Rainy Day

Youth Month: Saving for a Rainy Day

» Saving for a Rainy Day Have you ever heard someone say they’re saving for a rainy day? What does that mean? Do we need to spend more money when it rains? Shouldn’t we save for sunny days too? It turns out saving for a rainy day just means saving up money for a time when things are bad and … Read more

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