Where Does My Money Go?

Have you ever wondered what happens to the money you deposit into your share savings account?  The credit union sends your money along with the money they have received from other members to a depository bank where they have an account.  A depository bank is a place where credit union keep their extra money until they need it.  Their money earns interest just like your money earns interest.  Your credit union always keeps enough cash in reserve in case you want to withdraw your money   -    for example, to buy the bike you've been saving for.





h.i.p. Pocket Change (United States Mint)




Hey kids, here are some fun symbols you can create from your keyboard while you are writing your friends on line:

           :-)           are sideways smiles

           :->          says you're very happy

           ;->          is a wink

           :-(           lets people know you're sad

     @--->----     is a cyber rose



Safer Travel on the Internet

For safe travel on the Internet, remember:

  1. Don't give anyone your password, name, address, the name of your school or any information about your family.

  2. Don't talk to strangers on the Internet or agree to meet anyone in person that you've met online.

  3. Don't fill in a profile about yourself that asks for your name and address.

  4. Don't visit a chat room without your parent's permission.

  5. Don't stay online if you see something you think your parents wouldn't like.