ILCU

AcronymDefinition
ILCUIrish League of Credit Unions (Ireland, UK)
ILCUIntermediate Level Care Unit (New York)
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As a professional educator and experienced ILCU board member, Brian McCrory brings a strong new dynamic to the boards."
The ILCU Third Level Survey found 94% of parents are supporting their kids financially to complete their studies and on average are contributing [euro]453 a month per child to cover the costs.
ILCU president Jimmy Johnstone said: "It is vitally important that we continue to educate our younger members about the merits of investing in their own futures, by sound financial planning and responsible money management." Michael McLoughlin of Youth Work Ireland added: "The recession is impacting on young people as well as parents.
ILCU chief Kieron Brennan warned it was never more important for people to practise managing their money tightly.
The ILCU's latest Christmas spending survey shows more than one third of us will put ourselves in debt splashing out on presents and partying in the run up to 2012.
ILCU chief Kieron Brennan said: "This is is a further indication of just how hard the ordinary people of Ireland are being hit by increasing household expenses.
ILCU chief Kieron Brennan said: "The increase in registration fees this year will put phenomenal pressure on both parents and students starting or returning to third-level education.
The ILCU launched a new tracker to see how much money we have left over at the end of the month and said most of us pay out on the same seven things.
Organised by the Irish League of Credit Unions, the competition is in its 19th year and will be run through the winter in communities all over Ireland by volunteers from more than 500 ILCU affiliated unions.
ILCU chief Tommy Weir said: "It's a privilege to make a big difference to the lives of so many struggling people."
ILCU chief Liam O'Dwyer said: "The reason credit unions started was to provide easy access to affordable credit for everyone who needs it.
On International Credit Union Day, Liam O'Dwyer, chief executive of the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU), said membership, savings, assets and loans have all soared.