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It is our goal to give the tools you need to take control of your finances. You may simply need an understanding of credit scores or budgeting tips, while others may desire one-on-one counseling on overwhelming debt.
Whether you are experiencing financial difficulties or just need some financial guidance, we are here to help you!
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Whether you have questions about credit cards, lowering debt, refinancing or how to budget, we are here to answer all your money questions! Our Financial Education team is here to provide you with the best resources and tools to help you navigate your financial journey. We don’t believe in silly questions, so whatever you need from us … just ask!
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Mad City Money Simulation
Our Mad City Money simulation gives teens a taste of the real world, complete with an occupation, salary, spouse, student loan debt, credit card debt and medical insurance payments. We want teens to be more money savvy, and participants in this simulation learn just how overwhelming it can be when thrown into the real world without proper financial education.
Financial Education Events
Our Financial Education Representatives and Speakers Bureau Employees are available for your events! Whether you are hosting a Lunch and Learn or just need someone to speak to a group about budgeting, our team is educated, available and knowledgeable on many financial topics! Complete our Financial Education Events form to reserve your speaker!
This week we'll share lots of actionable information to help your children reach financial security as they get older.
Instilling good savings habits in children is a critical first step in preparing them for later financial success. Follow the advice here to raise your own saver.
Children who are given early financial lessons are armed with the tools they need to navigate life's financial challenges.
Good financial habits are usually learned early in life. Teaching teenagers the basics about money is one of the best things you can do to help them thrive.
Advice for successfully launching your adult children into the next stage of life.
How to help your children avoid financial self-sabotage.
With a healthy perspective toward spending, budgeting and saving -- and being open with your children about the subject -- you can help your children have a healthy relationship with money.