TAKING CARE OF OUR OWN ... THROUGH ALL STAGES AND ALL AGES
It’s never too early, or too late, to learn about the value of money. In fact, the earlier you can teach a child about earning interest versus paying it, the better prepared they will be when they’re older. There are different degrees of knowledge and responsibility a child or teenager can have regarding money and it changes as their needs change.
Teens and young adults have part-time jobs and have begun to learn what it means to make a living and the reality of paying taxes.
New recruits are faced with the burden of tuition and the excitement of independence.
During the working years you save for homes and holidays.
And when you retire, you want to know that there will be enough to live comfortably and maintain peace of mind.
So, no matter what your age, or stage in life, your Credit Union can help set up you and your family for financial success.
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JANE – Four Generations at the Credit Union (and counting!)
Jane is a long-time member (since 1965) who has experienced the benefits of belonging to the Credit Union over four decades.
Three of my kids are still members and I've set up trusts for my grandchildren. They used to wonder why they got two birthday cards from the Credit Union every year. Their parents opened up Little Tyke and Teenblue Accounts for them and I was trying to keep the accounts I opened for them a secret! I've got a great-granddaughter there now too.
Her advice? It's not about the million; it's what you do with what you have!