Summer is most often cited by kids as the best time of the year mostly because there is more fun than learning. For parents, summer fun can also be a great financial teaching moment for your kids.
June is a busy month with several opportunities to spend money like graduations, weddings and entertainment. The key to having a strong financial month is finding ways to save on those expenses.
Paying for college: 529s and more
The rising cost of college and the mountain of student loan debt facing many college graduates have many parents concerned. Fortunately, there are ways to help your children leave school with less debt whether you are starting early or only have 12 weeks to go.
Home improvements are not all equal. Some provide more value for resale than others. However resale value is not the only criteria that should be used to determine the projects to complete. Deciding which home improvement projects make financial sense is not an easy task.
What better way to give your teen a bright start than encouraging early entrepreneurial skills! FORUM understands the importance of the entrepreneurial spirit and the impact it can have on a person’s life. That’s why we created the Bright Start program. It is designed to promote entrepreneurial skills for teens across Central Indiana. Here’s a peak at the program!
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.
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.