National Credit Education Month is a time to celebrate the power of financial literacy and encourage people to take control of your finances. At Excite Credit Union, we believe that having a solid understanding of personal finance is key to financial stability and independence. That's why we're here to help with resources and support.Why Financial Literacy Matters
Financial literacy is a fundamental aspect of managing your money. When you know how to budget, save, invest, and avoid financial traps like debt and bankruptcy, you're on your way to a secure financial future. Being financially literate can also protect you from scams and fraud, ensuring you keep more of what you earn.
How Excite Credit Union Can Help You Improve Your Credit Knowledge
Get educated with our resources: Excite Credit Union has teamed up with Savvy Money, Banzai, and Balance to offer a variety of financial education resources, like articles, webinars, and workshops.
Speak to our experts: Our friendly financial advisors are here to offer free advice and guidance to help you reach your financial goals.
Take control with our online banking: Excite Credit Union's online platform gives you tools like budget tracking and credit score monitoring to help you manage your finances like a pro.
Find the right loan or credit card: Whether you're looking to make a big purchase or build your credit, Excite Credit Union has loans and credit cards to suit your needs. Our loan specialists are here to help you find the best option.
The Advantages of Financial Literacy with Excite Credit Union
At Excite Credit Union, our goal is to help you take control of your finances. By using our educational resources, getting advice from our experts, and taking advantage of our online banking tools, you can achieve your financial goals and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with financial literacy.
National Credit Education Month is your chance to start learning about your finances and taking control. At Excite Credit Union, we're here to help with resources, support, and advice. Get in touch to find out more about our financial education services and how we can help you achieve financial stability and independence.
Best Practice Tip: Stay on top of your credit by checking your credit reports from the major bureaus regularly. You're entitled to a free credit report from each bureau every year. A good strategy is to check your Experian report in January, your TransUnion report mid-year, and your Equifax report later in the year. Access your reports for free at annualcreditreport.com.