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Financial Education


At Tendto, we tend to do everything we can to help make your financial dreams come true. We understand that managing your finances can be an overwhelming task and we want to help you make sense of it all. Our free Financial Education Center provides you with valuable financial tools in perfectly sized, easy-to-digest portions, most lasting between 5-10 minutes. Explore our interactive modules today and walk away with the knowledge you need to improve your overall financial well-being.

Financial wellness during uncertain times.

Financial decisions can feel complex and hard even under normal circumstances. Check out our Financial Literacy Month Toolkit designed to empower consumers with critical knowledge around Planning, Budgeting, and Saving during this time of uncertainty. 

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Are you stressed about money? Don't worry - you're not alone and help is available. This program will help you understand key financial concepts and make better decisions related to managing your money.

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Are you looking to better understand payment options for your lifestyle? Or pay off existing loans and debt? This program will help you to understand different payment and payoff options.

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There's a lot to know about buying a home. It starts with knowing where you stand financially and what it takes to become a homebuyer. This program will give you the confidence to start the process on the right foot.

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Are you prepared for retirement? This program will help you plan today for the life you want in retirement. Explore important financial planning topics like investment strategies, estate planning, and social security so you can have a comfortable retirement.

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Explore these tools to help you evaluate your financial behavior, compare different financial options, and find opportunities for improvement.

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Additional Financial Education Resources

Financial Education for Youth and Teens

  • Visit the M3 Money Club (0 - 12 years old) website. It's filled with fun and educational tools to bring financial education into the home.
  • Visit the Elements of Money™ (13 - 17 years old) website for real world financial resources about the products and services teens need.

Financial Education for Parents

  • Visit the Buckaroo Family website. It's a one of a kind site dedicated to helping credit union parents raise money-smart families.

Financial Education for Everyone

  • Visit MyCreditUnion.gov. Here you will find general information about credit unions, financial tools and resources, fraud prevention tips, frequently asked questions and much more.
  • Visit Pocket Cents, a microsite of MyCreditUnion.gov that includes easy-to-use personal finance information for parents, seniors, students, educators and service members.