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

Back to School Shopping Tips

With the new school year right around the corner, you may be in full ‘back to school shopping’ mode. Here are some tips for helping you save a little green before school

Prevent Identity Theft of Child

We hear all the time how important is it to protect our financial information from potential identity theft. In all of this, have you ever thought about the chance of

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

Keeping Kids Safe Online

Technology has become a central aspect in our lives. Many of us have several devices in our home for work, school, connecting with others, and entertainment. As much as

Financial Planning In Your 50's

As you reach your 50's, retirement is no longer that 'far off dream' but a reality just around the corner. Your kids are grown and headed out into the real world. It's

Financial Planning In Your 30's

Your 30’s bring on some big changes in your life. From career advancement to weddings to new family additions, your finances need to adapt in order to keep up. Here is a

Teaching Kids Holiday Charity

It’s easy to get swept up in the craziness otherwise known as the holiday season. However, it’s important to slow down every once in a while and give back to those in

Traveling with Kids

Traveling during the holidays can be tough. Traveling with kids can be tougher. Combine the two, and you have a recipe for disaster. Or do you? Check out some of our