Providing Financial Education to Our Local Community Throughout the Year
Each year, MSUFCU provides several seminars and events to help both Credit Union and community members financially educate themselves on different topics. Seminars focus on many different areas of financial education including budgeting, credit, identity theft, buying a home, saving for retirement, and more. Many seminars are taught by our financial educators, however, for certain topics, specialists are invited to speak. For example, during certain courses about debt management, GreenPath Financial Wellness experts are brought in so that they can help attendees with questions about managing debt and inform them of the resources that the Credit Union and GreenPath offer.
MSUFCU also hosts seminars specific to different groups like the United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan. Our series of seminars, including Fraud and Identity Theft Protection, Credit Education, and Budgeting, were open to everyone but focused primarily on providing literacy to people with disabilities and those assisting them.
Our seminars and events attract individuals from all walks of life; whether you’re purchasing your first home at twenty-five or fifty, we have answers and information to help you make the best decisions for you. Recently, we have teamed up with the Brandon Township Public Library to host two new seminars: Money Talks! and Money Talks! Income Options in Retirement.
Click here to view our upcoming seminars and events, and be sure to keep an eye out in the fall and winter, as we have many seminars that coincide with the school year.