Katie’s Corner Offers Financial Tips for the Savvy Mom

Katie’s Corner, MAFCU's new financial blog for women in Montgomery County offers helpful tips optimizing personal finances while addressing the issues of work-life balance.


Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union’s Launches New Financial Blog for Women

Germantown, MD –  Germantown based Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union (www.mafcu.org) announces the launch of Katie’s Corner, a financial blog for women in Montgomery County and the Washington, DC metropolitan area.  Katie’s Corner  (http://katies-corner.mafcu.org) is released weekly, and focuses on helping area women find ways to optimize their personal finances while addressing the issues of work-life balance.

Providing “helpful tips and hints from a savvy mom who's in the middle of it all”, Katie’s Corner  covers areas such as money management, teaching children fiscal responsibility, ways to reduce spending, and fun activities to help reduce stress.   

Marc Wilensky, Vice President of Marketing at Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union states, “We understand that the women in our area play a major role in managing their personal and household finances.  We support all of our female members and neighbors, and we look forward to providing them with relevant and timely financial information that will help them make the best decisions for themselves and their families.” 

Katie’s Corner is written by a local, Montgomery County mom, and takes a lighthearted and humorous approach to providing financial and work-life balance advice in each blog.  Wilensky says, “As a credit union, we are dedicated to helping our community and providing our members with a friendly environment where they can receive sound financial advice.  Katie’s Corner reflects these same core values.”

A new blog is released on Katie’s Corner every Wednesday.  For more information about Katie, go to http://katies-corner.mafcu.org.  Katie is also available on Twitter (@Katie_Saves).

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