Preparing for a Recession

Although there may be signs and expert opinions, there’s no way to predict with absolute certainty when another recession is going to happen. However, there are steps

Teaching Financial Independence

Many schools around the country do not require any type of personal finance class. This means, for many students, they are going out into the real world with very little

Young Adults: Five Basic Financial Literacy Concepts

One thing several young adults may be lacking is financial literacy. Below, you'll find five basic financial literacy concepts every young adult should know to stay on

Are You Frugal or Cheap?

Making smart financial choices is great, but at what point do you cross from being frugal to just down right cheap? Here are some of the differences between the two.

Teaching Kids to Save Money

April is National Credit Union Youth Month. In honor of this, we are going to talk about some of the ways that you can get your kids started down the path to a solid

Calculate Net Worth - Financial Fitness Plan

This month, we're going to talk about how to calculate your net worth. This may sound intimidating, but it's actually fairly simple and extremely important to your

Tips for Doing Taxes

It’s hard to believe, but it’s once again time to start working on your taxes. No matter how many times we've filed before, this date always seems to sneak up on us.

Needs vs. Wants

One important part of financial literacy is teaching your child how to differentiate between needs and wants.