Category: Teens & Young Adults
With unemployment levels rising and many employers cutting work hours, lots of college grads are now struggling to meet their student loan payments. Thankfully, the federal government has passed legislation to ease this burden. Unfortunately, though, many borrowers are confused about the terms and conditions of these changes.
Here’s all you need to know about the changes to student loan debt during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re a teen or young adult, you probably have some big dreams for the future. You may be making plans for college or traveling the world. You may even dream about accumulating enough wealth to become a millionaire. No matter what your dreams are, now is the perfect time to start practicing the good money habits that can help you meet your goals. Continue reading “SCU’s Youth Advisory Council shares their money tips” »
Saving your money isn’t always easy, especially when you don’t have a lot to spare. After paying all your usual expenses, there may be very little “fun” money at the end of the month. When we do find ourselves with some extra cash, like a tax refund, many of us rush out to buy those shoes or that electronic gadget we’ve been eying for months instead of putting it into our savings. Continue reading “The Science of Saving” »
Every child dreams about their future. Some of those dreams may require money to come true. How do you help your children achieve their dreams? Continue reading “Learn the science of saving during National Credit Union Youth Month” »
Here’s a finding that will surprise nobody: 76% of teens say they’re ready for a car, while 85% of parents disagree. Read More