By Coach Fin
During challenging times, you want to effectively manage your finances – and when you increase your knowledge, you can make better decisions. The good news is, you don’t have to enroll in a full-time class or lengthy training session to accomplish that.
You can improve your financial finesse anytime, anywhere – at no cost. You’ll find an ever-growing list of courses available online at the Cinfed Financial Education Center. And it’s more mobile-friendly than ever before – so you can grow your financial knowledge on the fly.
These are just a few examples of the many topics you can explore. Courses are available in English and Spanish. Even complex topics like 401(k) plans, IRAs (individual retirement accounts) and estate planning are broken down so they’re easy to understand. Each module takes less than 10 minutes to review so you can go at your own pace, a little at a time.
More than financial advice, you’ll find some sound life lessons available too, such as:
Gain confidence in how you manage your money and plan for your future.
Get down to business
Whether you already own your own business or are considering striking out on your own, Cinfed Financial Education Center offers practical business tips and tools. From developing a business plan to obtaining business credit and understanding small business financial statements, you’ll find the resources you need to plan and grow your small business.
Learn more about financial caregiving
Maybe you need to take over a loved one’s financial affairs when they can no longer manage these things on their own. Or, maybe you’re planning for your own future in the event of an injury or extended illness. Either way, these are big decisions. It’s important to understand the responsibilities of:
Talk to a Cinfed financial coach or team member
You can’t beat the convenience of the Cinfed Financial Education Center. But sometimes it helps to chat with a Cinfed financial coach or team member one on one. If you have questions or would like to learn more about Cinfed savings accounts, credit cards or loans, contact your local branch. Here are some things to know before you go.