CommunityAmerica in the news
CommunityAmerica was featured in the Kansas City Business Journal to discuss some of the results of the resurgence in subprime lending. Check out the full story in the Business Journal.
The Kansas City Star caught up with CommunityAmerica to discuss the idea of prized-linked savings accounts, where members win a chance at cash prizes each time they place money into a deposit account. Missouri and Kansas currently ban private lotteries and keep prize-linked savings out of the running. Check out the full story in The Star.
For the last 22 years, Dennis Pierce was CEO of CommunityAmerica. In an interview with Thinking Bigger Business Media, Pierce gives an inside look at the last 22 years in the industry as he prepares for his well-deserved retirement.
Spring break is one of the top ways people can blow their 2015 budget booking pricey vacations. The temptation for travel and warmth is at an all-time high after winter, but CommunityAmerica Savin’ Maven Tina Mapes visited Channel 41 to share about planning a KC staycation on the cheap.
James Dornbrook of the Kansas City Business Journal caught up with CommunityAmerica COO Lisa Ginter, who is set to take over as CEO on March 1. Check out the full story here.
A new year means new resolutions and one of the top choices is improving finances. CommunityAmerica Savin’ Maven Stephanie Wiley visited Channel 41 to discuss a 52-week savings challenge that allows participants to save nearly $1,400 by the end of the year.
Kansas City-based CommunityAmerica Credit Union will hold a ribbon cutting with the Raytown Chamber of Commerce for its first Community Financial Center in Raytown, Mo., making it the first credit union in the Kansas City metropolitan area to launch a branch concept of this kind.
Saving for a baby is ranked among the top financial concerns for couples. CommunityAmerica Savin’ Maven Jason Armstrong visited Channel 41 to share what to expect financially when you’re expecting, and how to jumpstart your savings before the little one arrives.