38 minutesGet Started
From setting goals to paying off loans, the basics of effective budget management.
44 minutesGet Started
From choosing a make and model to financing a purchase, topics every consumer should understand when buying a car.
36 minutesGet Started
A money management course that outlines the basics of financial health - from budgeting to insurance.
32 minutesGet Started
What you need to know to start making a long-term financial plan, from getting married to planning for retirement.
37 minutesGet Started
What to do if you're in financial trouble, from creating a debt reduction plan to your rights when dealing with debt collectors.
35 minutesGet Started
A look at the financial challenges of raising a child.
22 minutesGet Started
An overview of identity theft, including strategies for preventing it and what to do if it happens to you.
30 minutesGet Started
Credit reports and scores, credit vs. debit cards, reading your credit report, plus more.
45 minutesGet Started
An introduction to student loan repayment choices and strategies. Visit the Library for in-depth coverage of repayment plan options.
51 minutesGet Started
The basics of financial aid, including the types of aid, applying for aid, borrower responsibilities, and repayment strategies.
34 minutesGet Started
Why and how to invest, including how to save money now.
32 minutesGet Started
Understanding the common types of insurance, including auto, renters, health, plus more.
42 minutesGet Started
Key topics for those transitioning from school to the workplace.
9 minutesGet Started
We'll look at some common taxes, how they could benefit you, and how to make sure you're paying exactly the right amount.
14 minutesGet Started
Talking about money is often a challenging subject, mostly because there’s so much to know, and a lot of it is very confusing. Here are some suggestions for starting the right conversations with your kids
18 minutesGet Started
The pros and cons of buying a home, including a comparison with renting.
How to best serve your financial interests, while also serving your country.
PFCU is a Michigan financial cooperative dedicated to improving members’ lives. As a cooperative credit union, we’re not-for-profit that is owned and run by our members. Our excess profits are returned to members in various forms, such as lower lending rates and higher savings rates, to help them reach their financial goals.
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