Financial Education

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We are committed to providing our youth with the essential information they need to make smart financial decisions and set themselves up for a brighter future. Check out our educational articles and activities that were created with the next generation of learners in mind.



Discover educational resources and activities that will teach kids how to count money, the difference between wants and needs, saving and more. Select a topic below to download the activities. 


Dive into lessons and designed to give high school students an understanding of real-world finances like buying a car, saving and investing, moving into an apartment, budgeting and more. Select a topic below to download the helpful information.


Off to start your life as a college student? Check out these resources that will help you prepare for things like financial aid, debt, credit management and more. Select a topic below to download the helpful information.

Youth Account

We believe in fostering responsible financial habits from an early age —and our youth accounts are the perfect place to start. Our 2 account options are designed to grow with your child and set them on the path to financial success.

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Budget Successfully
Taking Care of Yourself Means Taking Care of Your Finances

Self-care is all the rage these days, as it should be! While many associate self-care with getting enough rest, a balanced diet and physical well-being, it is essential to recognize that caring for

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Budget Successfully
Budgeting 101: A Student's Guide to Financial Success

Enrolling in college is a big step towards setting you up for success in life, why not make sure your finances are set up for success too? Keeping track of your finances and learning how to budget while in college will make the transition to adulthood that much easier.

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Budgeting Tips for New College Grads

Congratulations! After years of studying, exams and working hard, you’ve finally made it to graduation.

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