Financial Literacy

What’s the best way to teach your kids sound money habits? We believe that good habits are reinforced with regular action. Here are seven ways to start your child’s financial literacy that will last a lifetime!

Life is full of making choices, and many of those choices revolve around what goals you set for yourself. Mission Fed offers a variety of loans with low rates and flexible terms to help you achieve your goals at different stages of your life. Take a look at the infographic below, and see which one would create a Mission Fed Moment for you.

Disclosure comes in many forms, and can seem like deciphering a bunch of mumbo-jumbo. But, disclosure statements contain the critical information you need to make an informed decision. Learn why you should read the fine print, especially when it comes to deciding on what financial institution is right for you.

More people are looking for alternatives to big banks, such as smaller, local credit unions. But, what are the differences between them? Learn more with our “Banks versus Credit Unions” infographic.

Money management skills begin to develop early and evolve over time. That’s why it’s important to re-evaluate your budget every few years and set some financial goals. In fact, Mission Fed makes it easy by offering different types of accounts for all ages, and you can learn more with our infographic.

Blogs, articles and TV are full of advice on what we can do to save money in 2015. Take a look at an Infographic from Mission Fed and see which small steps might be able to make a big difference for you and your budget.

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