Join us for ongoing topics provided by your employee credit union to help improve your financial well-being.
Women & Money
With more women at the helm of their family’s finances than ever before, join your onsite Certified Financial Planner from Target Credit Union to focus on your financial well-being and arm yourself with the investing, retirement, and estate planning knowledge needed to take charge.
Credit can impact your ability to borrow money, get a job, and even find a place to live. Join a UnitedHealth Group Credit Union expert to learn what’s included in your credit score, the weights of different credit components, and how to best improve and establish credit.
The markets are a fascinating place to explore and we’ll help you get there with high level basics and a deeper dive into the strategic factors and variables affecting it. You’ll learn what determines stock pricing, mutual fund performance, what drives markets, & removing emotions from investing.
When it comes to investing, a little knowledge is a good thing. But a lot of knowledge is even better.
Whether retirement is five or twenty-five years away for you, everyone seems to agree that it’s never too early to discuss your options for saving and be more prepared. Join UnitedHealth Group Credit Union’s onsite Certified Financial PlannerTM to explore more about: which savings vehicles to consider, pre-tax versus post-tax strategies, personal financial planning considerations, & how much you’ll need in retirement.
The Credit Union is here to help you arm yourself with knowledge and be prepared when retirement comes!
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.
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.
There's a growing group of working adults whose financial responsibility is extending from young people in their lives to aging parents and everyone in between. Join us to discuss preparing financially and emotionally for this situation and adjusting your finances accordingly.