The 900,000 law enforcement officers in the U.S. face work-related financial concerns that aren’t easily solved by mainstream FIs. Jim Bedinger, president of the National Police Credit Union, tells PYMNTS how police officers’ financial challenges differ from those of the citizens they protect — and why traditional FIs fall short — inside the latest Credit Union Tracker.
Whether you consider yourself a savvy investor with money to burn or you feel as though you are struggling to make ends meet, the act of creating a plan to understand and manage your own personal finances is a necessity if you hope to gain and maintain control of your own financial situation.
National Police Credit Union had a great time in Phoenix, AZ this week! Pictured (l to r): Phoenix Police Foundation President Timothy Thomas; Phoenix Police Department Chief Jeri Williams; National Police Credit Union Vice President Kacey Smith; and National Police Credit Union Division President Jim Bedinger.
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National Police Credit Union attends the Phoenix Police Foundation’s Women in Blue Awards Event.
Kacey Smith and Jim Bedinger attending the National FOP's State Presidents' and Trustees' meeting in Seattle.