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2017 CUTX Biz Kid$ Entrepreneurship Competition

Credit Union of Texas’s Biz Kid$ Entrepreneurship competition provides an opportunity for two teams of young entrepreneurs to pitch their businesses to a panel of esteemed professionals. The winner of the competition represents their school and CUTX at the national level. This year’s teams hail from H.W. Lang Middle School, lead by teacher Dee Coyle, and D.A. Hulcy STEAM Middle School, lead by teacher Jashida Rather. Read More

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2017 $20,000 Scholarship Winner: Shareefah Mason

Shareefah Mason

Cotton Scholarship Winner Shareefah Mason

Dallas, TX – Shareefah Mason, currently a Dallas ISD middle school teacher at Zumwalt Middle School, was awarded Credit Union of Texas’ William H. Cotton $20,000 scholarship. The scholarship honors William H. Cotton, a Dallas ISD and CUTX trailblazer, and is open to all DISD employees who wish to pursue a post-baccalaureate degree or certification. Read More

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Start Saving by Improving Money Habits

[New Year Update] Saving money is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. To help you achieve your financial goals in 2017, we’ve brought back our post on improving money habits to save more. Happy New Year from everyone at CUTX!

63% of Americans have less than $500 in their savings account.  That means, for millions of people, a $1,000 emergency becomes a giant headache, setting finances back for months. It means playing catch-up and stressing out about deciding which bill, the gym membership or cable bill, can be skipped this time around. Thankfully, it all boils down to money habits, and like all habits, we can retrain ourselves to change. Read More