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Moola Club Party 2017

Great fun was had by all who attended Moola’s Summer Birthday Bowling party! Bowling, pizza, the Knee Nickel Relay and a craft brought excitement, laughter and enjoyment for the Moola Club attendees. Moola Moola says he can’t wait for next year’s party! BCU’s Moola club is comprised of children 0-12 year olds, and is designed to encourage kids to understand the value of money, and saving and spending it appropriately! Club Members are rewarded for deposits with “Moola Bucks” which can be spent on a special grouping of prizes at the Credit Union. The Club is open to any child who is interested, but he or she must have a primary savings account in his or her name, and enroll.

The Lease is Up--Should You Buy the Car?

Your auto lease gives you a right to buy the vehicle for a fixed price at the end of the lease. But should you? If you have less than three months remaining on a lease, now's the time to decide. So, find your lease and read on.

  1. Do you like the car? If it's performed well with a minimum of unexpected cost and repair, then it might be good to renew the lease.
  2. Will it still fit your needs? If you're driving a 2-door sports coupe but are expecting a baby, you probably need a new car.
  3. What is your lease-end buying price? You'll find the purchase option price in your lease. Let's assume it's $14,000.
  4. What is your vehicle actually worth? Check websites such as Kelley Blue Book (kbb.com) and Edmunds.com Let's assume your highest wholesale value is $15,000.
  5. How does your vehicle's wholesale value compare with its lease value? If it's higher than the lease value, then it's a good deal. In our example, your lease says you can buy for $14,000. You've confirmed wholesale value is $15,000. You're buying a car you know and like for $1,000 less than its wholesale value. Buy the car.
  6. What if the wholesale value is less than the lease value? If it's a lot less, don't buy the car. It doesn't make sense to buy the car if your lease's buy-out price is $14,000, and the car's wholesale value is only $11,000.
  7. What's the bottom line? If your lease car is a good friend, and you can buy it for no more than $1,000 over wholesale value, that's a smart buy. Your next smart decision is to finance it at Brokaw Credit Union








Annual Brat Fry Fun!

BCU’s annual brat fry brought in many of our Brokaw friends for a super lunch – prepared by our own grilling master, Kari, and served up by additional staff members. It’s hard to say who had the better time; our guests or the staff who are turned loose for the day from their desk jobs! This year’s proceeds will go to our local Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Community Walk to be held September 16. Thanks to all who came out to share in this annual event!

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Brokaw Office

300 Everest Ave
PO Box 151
Brokaw, WI 54417
Phone: 715-675-2319
Fax: 715-675-5511

Lobby Hours:
M, T, Th 9:00-4:00
Fri 9:00-5:30
Closed Wed and Sat

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2006 Schofield Ave
PO Box 199
Weston, WI 54476
Phone: 715-359-7012
Fax: 715-355-5295

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Friday
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Friday
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