More Resources

Find helpful financial information for the whole family, kids and teens, and young adults with these tools and resources.

  • BALANCE Financial Fitness Program
    Tutorials, articles, calculators, and workbooks are all available through this program.
  • FoolProof
    Financial educational information is available for adults, teens, and young adults.
  • FoolProof — High School Teachers & Students
    The High School program has videos and tutorials to help you learn how to make wise financial decisions. Check with your school for log-in information.
  • FoolProof — Parents and Grandparents
    A financial education program for parents and grandparents to use with teens.
  • Home & Family Finance
    You can find articles, calculators, videos, and more to help with your finances.
  • Information Edge
    This online newspaper covers consumer issues to help you make smarter decisions about products and services.
  • Interactive Coaches
    Coaches cover topics such as identity theft, buying a home, shopping for a car, and managing credit.
  • Financial Solutions
    Calculators and articles help you plan for future goals and retirement.
  • MyCreditUnion.gov [EN ESPAÑOL]
    Financial tools and resources are available on the site. In addition, the site includes information about credit unions and protecting your finances.
  • Natural Disaster Financial Toolkit
    Information is included to help you plan for a natural disaster and to get you on the road to recovery after one.
  • Plan It
    Retirement planning information is available in a variety of formats — including articles, audio, calculators, and interactive coaches.
  • Pocket Cents [EN ESPAÑOL]
    There are financial tools, resources, and games for every age. The site also includes steps on saving money.
  • SavvyMoney Checkup
    The tool summarizes your debt, income, and debt ratios based on how you answer questions, then it provides an action plan to help you get your debt under control.
  • CUHQ
    Teens and young adults will find consumer information to help prepare them for college and jobs.
  • FoolProof — High School Teachers & Students
    The High School program has videos and tutorials to help you learn how to make wise financial decisions. Check with your school for log-in information.
  • Googolplex — Grade School
    Elementary school children can enjoy projects, learn about money, and get tips on schoolwork.
  • Googolplex — Middle School
    Middle school kids will find money tips, articles on other kids, games, and projects.
  • Googolplex — High School
    Teens can find pointers on getting ready for college, budgeting info, and games.
  • Guides to Independence
    College-age characters solve money management problems with help from their friends and credit union.
  • brass
    Young adults will be able to use the information from the website written for young adults.
  • CUHQ
    Teens and young adults will find consumer information to help prepare them for college and jobs.
  • FoolProof Solo
    This financial education program for college-age people and young adults includes videos on budgeting, saving, and more to help you make wise money decisions.
  • MoneyMix
    Articles and blogs are updated Monday to Friday, and you can use My MoneyMix, a customizable profile that enables you to save budgets, planning tools and favorite content for later reference.

For personal service on the type of accounts to fit your goals, contact CEFCU.