Teaching Teens About Credit

Credit is a key part of doing business as an adult. Your credit can be checked whenever you’re applying for a loan, an apartment, an insurance policy, or sometimes even

Money Strategies for Teens

As a preteen, your child’s relationship with money will largely involve observing how money works, playing make-believe with money, and saving what they've earned from

Being a Good Financial Example

Children are fast learners and can absorb an incredible amount of information. That’s why being a good example to them is so important. The same applies when it comes to

Teaching Kids About Needs, Wants, & Choices

Financial responsibility doesn't come all at once. It comes as a person learns skills throughout their life that carry over to their finances. With the right resources,

When to Teach Kids About Money

By age four, many children will become familiar with the general concept of money simply through observation. Nowadays, they may see their parents use a debit or credit

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 11 - 13

As we wrap up the final week of Credit Union Youth Month, make sure you check out Ages 2 - 4, Ages 5 - 7, and Ages 8 - 10. This week, we'll take a closer look at how you

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 8 - 10

Welcome to week three of Credit Union Youth Month. This week, we are going to take a closer look on ways that you can instill great financial habits in kids ages 8 to 10.

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 5 - 7

As your kids get older, you can continue to introduce new financial topics and lessons. Here are some more ideas to help teach the concept of money and finances to kids

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 2 - 4

Even at this young age, you can start implementing important financial lessons in your child’s everyday life. Here some ways that you can teach your 2 to 4-year old

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