As many credit union executives know, allocating credit union funds is not a easy or fun process, but it is necessary for the credit union’s ongoing health and survival. Recently, Richard Gallagher, CEO of Oak Tree Business Systems, Inc., discussed in the CUES article Budgeting’s Not a Chips and Salsa Party how credit union budget allocation can lead to something great. The article explains the importance of allocating with a purpose, what the lifeblood of a credit union budget is, and how to prepare your credit union form the hidden heart attack of budgets.
A day off from the office can be a chance to catch up on all the activities you don’t usually have time for. One of the more popular pastimes among executives and people in the 9-5 job world is golf. This is an activity where they can get away from it all for a few hours and even network with others in their field. So, what can possibly make a mellow day out on the links even better? Doing it for a good cause!