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529 Plans | START

Learn about 529 Plans and how you can get started saving for college.

Figuring out how to pay for higher education can seem intimidating. Sometimes scholarships and financial aid may not cover the total tuition cost. This is where a 529 plan can help you pay for higher education. Small amounts of money you set aside each month can make a big difference in the long run.

Auto Loans | START

Learn about your different options, associated interest rates, and monthly payment calculations.

Are you considering buying a car, but unsure how to pay for it? According to the Federal Trade Commission, the average price of a new car is over $31,000. Auto loans are a popular way to distribute that cost over time, but it’s important to understand how interest and loan terms affect your monthly payments.

Building Emergency Savings | START

Explore ways to change your daily spending habits and build emergency savings over time.

If you’re like most people, saving money is easier said than done. A 2016 Bankrate.com survey revealed that nearly two thirds of Americans don’t have enough money saved to cover emergency expenses like a car repair or Emergency Room visit. Life is unpredictable, so it is important to make sure you are financially prepared.

Checking Accounts | START

Learn how checking account features work so you can choose the account that best fits your needs.

A checking account is a great tool you can use to help you manage your money effectively and responsibly. Financial institutions offer different types of accounts to meet various financial needs. It’s important to compare and understand the features, fees and requirements before opening an account. Learn the basics about checking accounts.

Considering Home Ownership | START

Explore the benefits and costs associated with a mortgage and homeownership.

Owning a home is a major financial decision that can feel exciting yet intimidating. It’s important to explore the benefits and costs associated with homeownership. Review these important tips to prepare yourself before you start the home-buying process.

Credit Cards | START

Learn the importance of your credit score, ways to protect it, and factors that impact your credit report.

Credit cards offer great convenience but also come with great responsibility. Before choosing a credit card, or using one to make a purchase, it’s important to know how they work. Learn more about the benefits and risks of owning and using a credit card

Credit Scores & Reports | START

Learn the importance of your credit score, ways to protect it, and factors that impact your credit report.

Is your credit score helping or hurting you? Credit scores can have a huge impact on your financial wellness. Understand how to read your credit report and receive important tips to keep your score healthy.

Estate Planning | START

Learn why estate plans are important and understand which documents you'll need to get started on one.

No matter how big or small, everyone has an estate, and it’s important to protect it. Estate planning can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Get the facts on the planning process, documents involved and resources available to assist you.

Financing Higher Education | START

Explore different ways to pay for higher education, loan repayment options, and related tax incentives.

Paying for college can feel like the toughest part of earning your degree, but it doesn’t have to be. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help you fund your higher education. Learn more about the various loan and financial aid options that you should explore when applying to college.

Identity Protection | START

Learn how to protect yourself from consumer fraud and identity theft.

Identity theft and consumer fraud can happen in an instant, so it’s important to protect yourself. Learn about simple tips and tools you can use to reduce your risk of identity theft and protect your financially sensitive information. Our short interactive course will equip you with important knowledge.

Insurance | START

Learn about types of insurance and what affects rates so you can choose plan options that fit your needs.

Life is unpredictable. An insurance plan is a key element of any financial strategy to ensure that your assets are protected. There are various types of insurance plans, and it is important to understand the features and benefits of each type. Learn how to evaluate your plan with our short learning course

Investments | START

Explore investment options and strategies to help meet your short- and long-term financial goals.

Investing can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be! Investing can help you reach both short and long-term financial goals, putting you on a path to financial success. Learn more basic investment concepts and strategies to help you make the right decision

Mobile Payments | START

Learn about mobile payment options and factors you need to be aware of when using them.

Mobile payments are a convenient way to make purchases from your checking account. Learn strategies to use Mobile Payment methods responsibly.

Mortgages | START

Explore homeownership costs and benefits, the types of home loans available to you, and how to secure a mortgage.

Once you evaluate your personal and financial readiness and decide you’re ready to buy a home, you’re probably going to need a mortgage to cover any difference between the purchase price and the money that you will be putting down to buy the home. What exactly is a mortgage?

Overdraft | START

Understand the implications of overdrawing your account and explore methods for avoiding overdraft penalties.

An important part of managing your money is not spending more than you have. Many times, we spend money without thinking about how it will affect our account balances, which can result in an overdraft fee. Overdrawing on your account can create unwanted fees that end up costing you even more money.

Payday Loans | START

Learn how Payday Loans work and what regulations are in place to protect consumers’ interests.

Payday loans can provide relief when cash is needed for unexpected emergencies. It’s important to be cautious when considering this alternative as the fees can add up quickly. Make sure you have all the facts before deciding if a payday loan is the best option for you.

Prepaid Cards | START

Explore the benefits and costs of prepaid cards and understand regulations that protect consumers’ interests.

Purchases are a part of everyday life. While most purchases require a checking account or credit card, there is another form of payment that offers more flexibility – a prepaid card. Take this course to learn more about these reloadable cards

Retirement 101 | START

Explore retirement savings plans and investment options that will help meet your post-career financial goals.

With all of life’s expenses, it is easy to put retirement planning on the back burner. In fact, a GoBankingRates survey revealed that 56% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Whether or not you are actively saving for retirement, it’s never too late to develop or refine your savings strategy. Take our Retirement Savings course to learn helpful tips.

Savings | START

Learn about savings account options and developing habits to help meet your financial goals.

A savings account is a great tool to help you manage your money and prepare for the future. Choosing a savings account may seem simple, but it’s important to understand how one works to ensure you’re saving effectively.

Taxes | START

Learn about different types of taxes, tax forms, and how taxes impact your paycheck.

Taxes. They are an annual process that everyone has to complete, but very few truly understand them. Take our Taxes course to learn exactly what taxes are and the basics that will help you master the process

When to Collect Social Security | START

Explore options and develop a plan for when to collect retirement benefits.

Do you know where your income will come from after you retire? Social Security benefits can be a key source of money for retirees. Take our Social Security lesson to learn how you can prepare yourself for a comfortable future.

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