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5/16/2016 with 0 comments

Categories: Security

Whether you are energized or completely exhausted from the 2016 presidential primaries, the candidates and the associated drama have dominated the news.  While the credit union industry, including FORUM, does not provide our opinions on the candidates, we are active with representatives in Congress

The first six months after graduation are a key time in a college grads financial life so whether you are the graduate or have a child graduating there are a few financial steps that can really improve the probability of having long term financial success. Learning these basic financial habits early in life will be a great foundation for future success.

Categories: Money Matters, Saving, Spending

May is all about graduations, the race and the start of summer vacation season. All of these seem like opportunities to bust your budget however, with a little planning and moderation, you can actually improve your financial situation during the month of May.  

We all understand that budgeting is the key to saving more money and to having more money to spend. What many people don’t realize is how small budgeting blunders can snowball and become big issues over time.  Avoiding most if not all of these budgeting mistakes can make a significant difference in your budgeting success.

Categories: Financial, Money, Money Matters

Next week is national money smart week, a national effort to help raise financial literacy across the country. Research has proven that people are more financially secure when they develop a strong foundation of financial skills.  Being money smart starts with foundational principles and builds upon this basic knowledge. No matter one’s stage in life, there is the opportunity to develop your financial IQ.

Categories: Finances, Insurance, Security

When planning for your future, don’t neglect to include insurance. Often this is the most ignored piece of a person’s financial portfolio. And yet, it has major significance. Insurance provides peace of mind and financial relief when you most need it.

Teaching kids about money may not come naturally to most. But like any skill in life, giving your kids hands on experience when they are young will pay dividends later (pun intended). Below you’ll find four simple ways to teach good money habits.

Numerous studies have proven that children who get a basic understanding of financial concepts early in life are much less likely to have financial difficulties later in life. It may be surprising how many opportunities that parents have to teach their children about financial matters early in life.

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