RTN Federal Credit Union kicks off 2017 Financial Education Series


Waltham – RTN is kicking off its 2017 financial education schedule. RTN’s free financial education seminars covers a wide range of topics including how to develop a budget, buy or sell a home, plan for retirement, and prevent identity theft.

The first one-hour seminar, “Be Money Smart for the New Year” will be held on Thursday, Jan.  26 at RTN’s Waltham Branch, 600 Main St., Waltham, from 6 to 7 p.m. This seminar will cover how to develop a smart budget and get control of your financial situation.

“RTN’s focus on financial education stems from our mission as a Credit Union to help our members be financially successful,” said Sarita Ledani, assistant vice president, business development. “Along with our great products and services, we want our members to have tools to help them take charge of their financial lives.”

To view the full schedule and register for seminars, visit https://www.rtn.org/plan-and-protect/financial-education/.

RTN Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial cooperative, providing members with high-quality financial products and customized service. Founded in 1945, RTN is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts, with more than $860 million in assets, 50,000 members and 19 branches. Membership is open to employees and families of more than 650 employer groups.