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ExpressJet lands in Alliance CU financial wellness program
CHICAGO (1/10/14)--Alliant CU announced that ExpressJet, the world's largest regional airline, has signed on to offer its 9,000 employees access to the Alliant Financial Wellness Program.
 
The Chicago-based credit union's financial wellness program helps members gain greater skill and confidence in handling their finances by providing them with a toolkit of personal finance resources.
 
ExpressJet operates as American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express.
 
The program includes:
  • Online financial wellness videos from personal finance expert and best-selling author Jean Chatzky;
  • Free quarterly credit scores;
  • Financial news and tips;
  • A personal financial management tool, which helps members create and manage their budgets, track their spending and identify ways to save and meet their financial goals;
  • Free on-demand financial courses, videos and games; and
  • A free online financial wellness assessment.
Chatzky will appear at the Credit Union Dollars and Sense Financial Fitness Pavilion at this weekend's NBC 4 Health and Fitness Expo in Washington, D.C. She is director of education at SavvyMoney and financial editor for the "Today" show. She was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Credit Union National Association Governmental Affairs Conference.
 
Alliant CU, with $8.1 billion in assets, has experience in serving airline professionals from its historical start serving the employees of United Airlines.


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