Entries from July 2014

Teaching Teens to Save While They Work

Date July 24, 2014

Teens may have fewer financial obligations than adults, but that doesn’t mean youngsters should shirk responsible financial behavior. More than three-quarters of teens – 77% – feel confident in their money management skills, but when it comes down to specifics such as keeping track of a checking account or a grasp of income taxes, many […]

Get a Personal Loan from a Credit Union!

Date July 7, 2014

A personal loan can be a great way to finance a one-time expense, whether that’s a medical bill or a new television. Paying back a personal loan on time is a great way to improve your credit score, making this type of debt especially beneficial for first-time borrowers. When choosing a lender, credit unions tend […]