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Banks vs Credit Unions | Pros and Cons and Which is Better Infographic

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Bank or Credit Union? Which is right for you, considering you have money to save, isn’t the simple decision you might think. This financial infographic helps put the choice in a easy visual presentation.

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Infographic Design: A-

Okay, the subject matter may not be sexy, but that doesn’t mean your graphic design has to boring. While the black and orange Halloween color scheme is a bit puzzling, it doesn’t distract from the entirety of the design. Someone paid attention in design class and kept the colors, images and fonts nicely packaged to form a very presentable infographic. The imagery and graphics appear to be custom or at least from the same collection of clip art. Coloring them in the same format as the rest of the infographic is a no-brainer and helps retain a nice cohesion. Fonts are solid and slab serif, which lends itself to the hopeful stability of these financial institutions. Creative, well-designed and even fun, this infographic is worth investing in.

Infographic Information: A

With the glut of infographics out there today, I’m surprised when one actually provides helpful guidance rather than useless or fun facts. This infographic about banks and credit unions provides solid advice about choosing between the two financial institutions for holding your finances (aka money). It gets into the details about owning a car, home and how you wish to manage your money. This infographic delivers on your investment of time.

 

IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union, established in 1969, is one of the nation’s largest Credit Unions. A Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that is owned by its Members. IBM Southeast EFCU offers a complete range of products and services including: Checking and Savings accounts, Money Market accounts, Certificates, IRAs, First and Second Mortgages, Car Loans, VISA Credit Cards, Business Services, and much more.¬†

To learn more about IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union visit¬†www.ibmsecu.org.


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