Upcoming Events

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Pittsburghers are known as people who work hard and play hard. At Clearview, we're right there with you. Some of the fun events included here are Member Appreciation Days where we offer free food and other goodies to our members. Also listed are blood drives and other serious volunteer efforts that you might want to support.

Fight Against Hunger

We’re collecting online donations all year to benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and the Westmoreland County Food Bank. Donate today!

Clearview Clubhouse Events

This summer, join us in the Clearview Clubhouse for our financial literacy story time! We’ve teamed up with some of our favorite local children’s librarians to share a book that talks about early financial literacy for kids aged 4-8 years old! PLUS you’ll get a fun at-home activity via email after the story! Every Tuesday at 10:30 am from June 29 through August 17th (Individual registration for each event is required.)

HUGE THANKS to our participating libraries – Adams Memorial Library, Monroeville Public Library, Whitehill Library and Brentwood Public Library! Clearview is proud to sponsor the WQED Inquire Within! Program at each of these wonderful libraries in our community!

The Berenstain Bears' Dollars and Sense by Stan & Jan Berenstain - Papa thinks it is time to teach Brother and Sister how to budget their money, but will the cubs come to understand the value of a dollar, or will their pockets continue to be empty? Join us in Bear Country as we learn the basics of budgets.

Tuesday, August 10

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Kane's Big Picture: An Early Intro to Entrepreneurship by Michael Fernandez Jr. - Take a journey with Kane, as he discovers his passion, finds his niche and builds a successful business. In this book, we will learn the four steps to successful entrepreneurship:  1) Create. 2) Earn. 3) Save. 4) Invest.

Tuesday, August 17

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Shred Days

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET

Join Clearview as we host free, contactless shred day events this August at the Financial Center locations below! You pull up with your boxes of household shredding, unlock your trunk, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Please note: This event is limited to household shredding only. Maximum of four 50 lb. boxes per household. Each box must be able to be handled by one person.
 
In addition, we will be collecting pet food to donate to local animal charities at each event – help us feed our furry friends in need until they find their forever homes!  
 
Thursday, August 5Canonsburg Financial Center
Saturday, August 7Moon Township Financial Center
Thursday, August 12Butler Financial Center
Saturday, August 14Center Township Financial Center

Yinz like to run, n’at? Dress in yer finest Steel City attire and run 4.12K!

Light of Life Rescue Mission is hosting the annual Yinzer 4.12K and Lil’ Yinzer Fun Run on Saturday, August 14, 2021, and Clearview is one of the sponsors! The event welcomes runners from across the region to dress up in ways that represent Pittsburgh to them – anything from black and gold to their favorite Pittsburgh landmark.

This year, the event offers an in-person AND a virtual component so yinzers from all around can participate! All proceeds benefit Light of Life Rescue Mission, and an EXTRA $5 from each virtual registration will go directly to the Mission.

We encourage you to register and join us for some fun for a great cause!

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35th Annual Charity Golf Outing

Join us for the Clearview Federal Credit Union Charity Golf Outing presented by Morgan Stanley to be held at the Beaver Valley Golf Club (725 6th Avenue, Patterson Heights, PA 15010) on Friday and Saturday, August 27-28, 2021. All proceeds will benefit the Tee It Up For Charity video contest winner and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

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Upcoming Virtual Seminars

Understanding Medicare

Wednesday, August 4
6:30 p.m. ET

Planning for retirement is never easy and maneuvering through Medicare rules and regulations is one more step in an already confusing process. Join us for a no-cost, no-obligation virtual seminar that can help answer your questions.

During the virtual seminar, you’ll find out more about the basics of Medicare and how financial education can help you in retirement income planning. You’ll learn the answers to your Medicare questions and discuss:
  • Medicare basics and the differences between Parts A, B, C and D
  • Tips for choosing your coverage and enrolling in Medicare
  • How to consider health care costs when planning your retirement income
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Increasing Your Financial Awareness

Thursday, August 5
1:00p.m. ET

National Financial Awareness Day is August 14, 2021, a day dedicated to helping people understand finances and improve financial stability. Learning about personal finances can sometimes feel overwhelming or out of reach. National Financial Awareness Day provides a great opportunity to learn simple ideas about personal finances, along with tips to more easily manage our finances.

What You Will Learn:
  • Three ways to take control of your finances
  • Four money mistakes you can learn from
  • Five ways you can celebrate National Financial Awareness Day
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How to Weather a Bear Market

Wednesday, August 11
6:00 p.m. ET

When the market dips, what do you do? How do you react? Without a plan, reacting based on your instincts could hurt your long-term financial goals. Learn steps you can take now to prepare to weather the next bear market.
Attend a valuable virtual seminar, “How to Weather a Bear Market.” You’ll learn the answers to questions, including:
  • What is a bear market?
  • How does behavioral finance affect decision-making?
  • How do overreaction and bad decisions compromise long-term financial goals?
Register here

The Return of Conservative Investing

Wednesday, August 18
6:00 p.m. ET

Market volatility. Low interest rates. Retirement risks. All of these headwinds are making it tougher than ever to know where to invest your retirement savings. In this virtual seminar, you’ll learn how conservative investments like certificates of deposit (CDs) and annuities can help get your financial plan back on track.
In this session you will learn the answers to questions, including:
  • How can conservative investments help you face today’s economic risks?
  • What are the differences between CDs and annuities?
  • What are the different types of annuities?
  • How do you decide which conservative investment is right for you?
Register here

Women and Investing: Steering toward retirement

Tuesday, August 24
6:30 p.m. ET

There’s no denying the facts: Women tend to earn less and live longer than men. If you’re a woman who would like to retire one day, you may need to save more and invest more than men.

The virtual seminar will focus on taking control of your future through investing. You’ll also learn about:
  • Key investment principles every woman should know
  • Important opportunities like asset allocation
  • Understanding investor behavior
  • Differences between financial products like mutual funds and annuities
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Three Transitions to Retirement: It’s about more than just the money

Wednesday, September 1
6:00 p.m. ET

Are you ready to retire? You might be prepared for the financial transition, but you’ll experience lifestyle and emotional transitions as well. We can help you understand these upcoming changes and provide the information you need to better prepare for this exciting season of your life. Working together, we’ll gain clarity and confidence about your path to retirement. During this session, you’ll learn:
  • How to confidently address the financial, lifestyle and emotional transitions to retirement
  • How to guard against risks and manage those that are inevitable
  • Whether you are ready for retirement
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Student loan forbearances are coming to an end, what are your options?

Wednesday, September 8
1:00 p.m. ET

As we return to normal post-pandemic, student loan 0% interest and automatic forbearances come to an end on September 30th, 2021. What’s your plan when interest begins to accrue, and payments become due? Join us to explore repayment plan options, including income-based repayment and strategies to cure delinquent loans.
  • How to make your student loan payments affordable
  • Leveraging income base repayment plans
  • How to bring past-due loans current and start to rebuild your credit
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Social Security and Your Retirement

Wednesday, September 8
6:00 p.m. ET

Regardless of when you plan to retire, Social Security will likely be an important part of the road ahead. But do you know the rules of the road when it comes to Social Security? Determining when to begin benefits could be one of the biggest financial decisions you face, and there are key issues to consider.

During the virtual seminar, you’ll find out more about your Social Security benefits and discuss the role they play when setting a clear direction for your financial future. You’ll learn the answers to your Social Security questions, including:
  •  What are the rules for starting your Social Security benefits?
  •  How do spouses coordinate their benefits?
  •  Are there different routes to take that could potentially increase your benefits?
  •  How do you decide where Social Security fits within your retirement plans?
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Income for Life: Guaranteeing retirement income to last a lifetime

Wednesday, September 15
6:00 p.m. ET

You have retirement goals and plans for your future. Without a regular paycheck to count on, achieving a steady stream of retirement income will be an important part of the road ahead. Will Social Security be enough? What about your 401(k)?

Join us for a virtual session that can help you set your financial direction and answer more of your questions:

  • What sources of retirement income will you rely on?
  • What retirement risks do you face now that you’re drawing on their savings?
  • Which income strategies should you consider?
  • How can you use annuities to guarantee income for life?
Register here

How to Weather a Bear Market

Wednesday, September 22
6:00 p.m. ET

When the market dips, what do you do? How do you react? Without a plan, reacting based on your instincts could hurt your long-term financial goals. Learn steps you can take now to prepare to weather the next bear market.
Attend a valuable virtual seminar, “How to Weather a Bear Market.” You’ll learn the answers to questions, including:
  • What is a bear market?
  • How does behavioral finance affect decision-making?
  • How do overreaction and bad decisions compromise long-term financial goals?
  • How do I weather a bear market?
Register here

Rollover Planning

Wednesday, September 29
6:00 p.m. ET

Often when people change jobs or prepare for retirement, they need to make decisions on their retirement plans and pensions. In this virtual seminar, you’ll learn some of the rules we need to follow and the options available.
In this session you will learn the answers to questions, including:
  • Pros and Cons to leaving your money in the company plan
  • Possible taxes or penalties we may face when moving money
  • Options for moving it your new company plan
  • Rolling it over to a personal IRA
Register here

It's FAFSA Time!

Wednesday, September 29
1:00 and 6:00 p.m. ET

Learn about the ins and outs of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - the most important piece of the financial aid puzzle. Our CU Student Choice College Counselor will cover:
  • Federal Updates
  • Before – Eligibility Requirements and Information Needed
  • During – Filling out the FAFSA
  • After – What’s Next?
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