Whether you attend high school or you’re going to college, FORUM’s Student Checking Accountgives you the flexibility and services you need to accommodate your lifestyle. Plus, right now if you open a Student Checking before August 31, you’ll be entered to win 1 of 4 prizes!
Buying your first home can be exciting and scary. Where do you begin and how do you know what’s right for you? FORUM offers great resources to help you get started.
Summer with your kids can be great without breaking the bank! Because summer camps, childcare, and sports leagues can get expensive, it’s helpful to remember a few tips to save money and still have fun this summer.
For most people, following the basic money rules is the right choice for their financial situation. However, as with most things in life, there are situations that following the tried and true advice might not be the best option. Knowing when to break the basic money rules is a key financial concept to be able to achieve your lifetime goals.
Congratulations on graduation! It’s time to get geared up for college so you can meet new people, discover your academic interests, and welcome some more financial independence. As you transition into college, managing your money well can make your life easier. Here are a few things to think about.
Family is one of the strongest bonds - most of us will do anything for our family, especially parents or kids. And it is this strong sense of responsibility that can create havoc to even the best laid retirement plans. There are a few moves you can make to help avoid financial disruption caused by your family especially if your become aware of some of the possible negative outcomes that could be looming in your future.
For a healthy financial future, it’s essential that your child learns how to manage money well and appreciates the importance of saving money.
The New Year is a time for new beginnings. A time when people make declarations to lose weight, quit smoking, volunteer to help others, and develop better habits. You probably have a mental list of personal areas you want to improve. But have you considered adding a financial resolution to that list? How would your life look if you saved more, spent less, paid off debt, and planned for retirement?