Staying informed through your informative years.
When you’re young, there is so much to look forward to. Having someone to guide you along the way will help you to avoid pitfalls that could set you back on your journey to becoming independent and self-sufficient.
If you’ve grown up as a credit union member, you probably already have a Savings Account, Checking Account and maybe even a VISA® Credit Card. Those are all good bases for what comes next—learning how to manage a budget, how to buy a car, how to save for college, and what role your credit score plays in your future.
Here are a few handy links to help you with everything you’ll need to build your independence:
- Creating Your Personal Budget
- Saving for College
- Buying a Car
- Career Planning
- Your Credit Score
- Paying Off Your Credit Card
For more tools designed to build and increase your financial independence, our friends at MyCreditUnion.gov have an educational program called “Pocket Cents,” where you’ll find great content for:
- Tweens and Teens
- Young Adults
- Parents and Educators
- Older Adults
- And even Service Members
Keeping you on track with your finances Right Down The Line is exactly why we’re here. If you ever need advice or have questions about particular products or services, just give us a call.