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Compound Interest

Compound Interest

Putting off saving money can cost you in the long run. The earlier you save, the more you earn thanks to a little thing called compound interest. Here's what you need to know.

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Investment Vehicles

Investment Vehicles

America's Christian Credit Union knows that investing can get a little tricky, but this video can help introduce you to investing, and outline the concepts of risk and return, plus stocks, bonds and mutual funds. There is useful information for first-time dabblers as well as for more seasoned investors.

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Rule of 72

Rule of 72

Ever wonder about compound interest? America's Christian Credit Union thinks about that all the time, and we want you to know how it works, this video will go deeper into compound interest and demonstrate a simple way to estimate how long an investment will take to double in value. This is useful for assisting your members and potential members with planning their financial goals.

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Trends in the Stock Market

Trends in the Stock Market

Ever wonder how bull and bear markets work? Ever wonder what bull and bear markets even are? Well, America's Christian Credit Union wants to help you, this video will explain the differences between bull and bear markets and discuss how both upward and downward trends represent opportunities to make money.

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Understanding Inflation

Understanding Inflation

Sometimes we don't understand why prices seem to always rise and rise, and America's Christian Credit Union knows that but we want to help. This video will help give an introduction to the causes and effects of rising prices over time.

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MISSIONAL BANKING

For individuals and organizations across the spectrum of Christian traditions, America’s Christian Credit Union is the only banking partner that is relentlessly dedicated to serving the wider Kingdom of God. We do this by personally supporting, advising, and building stronger families, ministries, communities and futures through biblically grounded stewardship principles—rooted in the Wesleyan Holiness heritage.