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How to create a budget calendar for your credit union

first_imgDuring your credit union’s planning season, two of the things your team will discuss are developing a budget and a calendar. These essential items play an important role in your overall marketing plan because they outline what you’ll spend, what you’ll do and when they’ll happen. However, rather than creating two separate documents, this process can be easily streamlined by combining the two into an appropriately named budget calendar. But what does that look like, exactly? No worries, we’ve got you covered.When you’re developing a budget, there are two ways you can go about it – forward and backward. When you create a backward budget, you are first given a budget, and then you develop the goals and initiatives to work within that budget. For example, you know you have “X” amount of dollars to spend, so with that number in mind, you begin to decide which marketing initiatives or goals are the priority for tackling in the new year. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES LONG LINES IMPROVEMENTS

first_imgThe Sioux City Council has approved spending over $451-thousand dollars to remodel the interior of the Long Lines Family Recreation Center.The money will pay for installation of new handrails, contoured bench seating and arena sports flooring in the old auditorium along with polishing concrete treads.The vote on the project was 4-1 with Mayor Bob Scott voting no.Bids will be received on April 11th with work on the project to be fully completed by August 24th.last_img

Enbridges pipeline dreams may never become reality

first_imgAPTN National NewsThere are many who believe that Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline is a pipe dream.The opposition to it is large and the political will to push it through appears to be diminishing.It is a shocking turn of events for a project considered key for the Harper government’s economic plan for the country.In the first of a two-part series, APTN’s Rob Smith takes a look back at what still threatens to be the most explosive issue in B.C.’s history.last_img

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