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Move Your Money Panel today with VIDEO – Bucks County Moveon and Penn Action

The “Move Your Money” effort is a simple, straightforward way of holding banks accountable by moving your money and other financial arrangements from the mega-bank offenders to smaller, more responsible institutions. By doing so you’ll help to end “too-big-to-fail,” you’ll be investing in Main Street, not Wall Street, and lending a hand to local businesses.

Plus, you’re likely to have lower fees and better, more personal service. Learn why moving your money to community institutions is important, and what might be in it for you.

If you are not in our area, find similar banks and credit unions where you live!

Move Your Money public panel discussion

MC – Robin Stelly, Penn Action


Frank Arcoleo, MBA, CPA

Bruce Iaocabucci, President, First Federal Bank of Bucks County

Vince Market, CFO, TruMark Financial Credit Union










We had a great event today with our speakers.  Everyone there learned so much.  Thanks to all who came, and to the panelists who shared with us.

One thing that I learned about Credit Unions that I didn’t know before, is that it is possible for them to widen their market to include people that live, work, worship, or volunteer in a geographic area.  TruMark is in 5 counties, including Bucks County.

I learned that First Federal does a lot of work in Bucks County, and has branches near me in Yardley Boro and Lower Makefield.

If you have questions, post them here or forward to me at sallykwitt@gmail.com.  I will get them to the right person to help you.

((Video is shaky in spots, sorry.  I used a hand held camera and it was a long program.  I didn’t want to miss anything, though)

Sally K Witt
Social Media and Ministry


Robin Stelly

Robin Stelly – Penn Action

  1. Penn Action
    April 29, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    Great video, Sally. Thanks so much for posting it. I put it on the Penn Action Facebook page. Will have to get it to our webpage as well. THANKS!!

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