Scholarship Awards

We have four scholarship awards available to our membership. Each is a $2500, one-time award: Our scholarships are for all students planning to attend some form of college, university or trade school, both under graduate and/or graduate students. Application: PCFCU Scholarship Application Please print, complete and return your application to: Pacific Cascade Scholarships, Pacific Cascade… Read full post »

Free Webinars

We’re excited to announce our free webinars for April, May, June and July!  Our webinars are open to everyone and are packed with useful information. Just make sure to reserve your virtual seat APRIL — BUILDING YOUR FIRST BUDGET (A YOUTH WEBINAR) This webinar is designed for a teen audience. A smart budget helps you… Read full post »

Skip-a-Payment

The PCFCU Skip Most PCFCU loans qualify for our skip program; your loan needs to be current. We allow skips on qualifying loan payments. Complete a Skip Application for each PCFCU loan you want to skip. We’ll let you know if the skip is available for that loan (have you already skipped on this loan… Read full post »

Fraud Alerts

Federal Trade Commission Reports Rise in Fraud Schemes Related to Small Businesses and to Grandparents and more. The Federal Bureau of Consumer Protection has recently issued two alerts: Small Business Alert — If you own a small business or work for one, you’ve seen the headlines about financial relief that may be available to some… Read full post »

Third Round of Economic Impact Payments on the way Soon

As a response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and economic impact, Congress passed H.R. 1319, the American Rescue Plan of 2021, which President Biden signed into law on March 11. The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill includes direct payments of up to $1,400 for individuals, billions to help schools and colleges re-open, and funding for… Read full post »

Teaching Kids And Teens Smart Money Habits

  Think back to how you formed your financial habits. Did you learn everything you needed in school? From your parents? If you could go back and talk to your younger self, what financial pitfalls would you tell yourself to avoid? If you have children of your own, you may be wondering how and when… Read full post »