State Budget Concerns: Today and Every Day – We’re Here for You

We are all watching the State Legislature to see if a budget agreement will be reached. The potential exists that state employees will face a temporary layoff. Simply the news of such a potential event can create anxiety for you and your household.

Peninsula Credit Union is here today and every day to talk with you about any financial questions you may have. There is no concern too big or too small. We have helped hundreds of members work through these concerns with past events such as the impacts of sequestration in Kitsap County and the closure of the Simpson Mill in Shelton.

Peninsula Credit Union is ready to provide support for members and non-members alike to listen to your concerns and work with you. The best thing you can do is to engage us or your financial institution in conversation about your financial situation. We have certified financial counselors on staff who have many tools to assist you. Consider us a resource to talk through things like how to create a budget, managing loan payments or other financial planning activities. Together we can chart the best direction for your particular situation.

Here are some of the resources we have to assist you with the following types of topics:

  • Budgeting and Personal Financial Planning
  • Retirement Fund Questions
  • Loan-debt related Questions
  • Managing Your Funds

Today and Every Day, Peninsula Credit Union is here for you. Please feel free to call us at 360-426-1601, visit our website or visit one of our locations:

  • Shelton – 521 W. Railroad Ave
  • Belfair- 23550 Highway 3
  • Port Orchard – 1081 Bethel Road
  • Poulsbo –   21505 Market Place NW
  • Port Townsend –  1250 W Sims Way


Jim Morrell



Here are some additional links to resources you may find helpful at this time

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