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Couples & Money
Talking about money can be a huge source of stress for couples. Join Kristi Mertens, Certified Financial Planner with Target Credit Union, as she discusses questions about money every couple should ask and provides helpful tips for talking with your partner about finances.
In a world where there are THOUSANDS of different investment options, join your Target Credit Union Certified Financial Planner™, Kristi Mertens, as she takes you through the steps you can employ to help you avoid many of the mistakes investors typically make.
Whether you’re just starting out or you need to get back on the right financial path, we’re here help. You’ll learn how to take stock of your current situation, set a plan for paying down debt, and set financial goals.
Spring is a great time of year to take a closer look at your finances learn helpful tips to clean up your credit, find hidden savings opportunities, organize your financial documents, and focus your spending on the things that matter the most.
If you’ve got teens or tweens in your life, learn how to teach them money management skills to lay an important foundation for independence in the future. From first jobs to saving for first cars and college, to applying for their first credit card, we’ll provide tips for each step along the way.
Whether you are a first timer or a move up buyer, join Target Credit Union's mortgage experts for a virtual round-table to learn more about the home buying process during a tricky market, refinancing options, and seller’s considerations. All are welcome (you do not need to be Target Credit Union member to attend) and anyone planning on buying or selling a home in the next year will benefit from this session's content. There will be 30 minutes of content followed by an open Q&A session!
College is expensive but there are ways to prepare for it. Join UHGCU Certified Financial Planner Kristi Mertens to learn more about the cost of college, how financial aid is determined, and various college saving options, such as 529s.