Financial Education

Practical Money Skills For Life

If you are looking to learn more about the essentials of personal finance for the home, school or business, then this is a great resource for you. Whether you’re an adult or child, Practical Money Skills has everything from free educational resources, finance articles, and games to give you the tools you need to achieve healthy financial well-being.

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ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

As featured on major networks such as NBC, CNN and FOX, ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions provides consumers with advice and planning on budgeting, housing and debt consolidation. With a mission that focuses on consumer health through financial education, ClearPoint offers tools, calculators, e-books and videos, as well as a full suite of interactive online modules.

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Youth Education

UFirst FCU is proud to partner with the New York Credit Union Foundation (NYCUF) in providing our younger members the tools they need to learn about financial literacy and the importance of managing money through a variety of age appropriate programs.

Kids Cash Kit and Caboodle

Kids Cash Kit and Caboodle supplies children, ages 5-9, and their families, the tools they need to learn about financial literacy and managing their money through a save, spend and share program. The kit, which includes moneyboxes, budgeting charts and activity books, offers everything a family needs to provide financial education at home. When you open an account for your child, they will automatically receive one of these kits to help get them started.


bizKid$ is a fun and entertaining show on PBS that teaches kids about financial literacy and managing money. The show focuses on setting savings goals, tracking spending, following a budget, giving to others and much more. Visit their website today and find out how your child can be a bizKid!

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NEFE – National Endowment For Financial Education

The teaching of money management to young adults has never been more important. To maintain a healthy financial well-being, young adults need to have the knowledge and self-confidence to manage their money. When sound money habits are taught, learned and reinforced, they become automatic and help to develop teens into financial mature adults. NEFE is a program that UFirst Federal Credit Union is proud to have introduced into several classrooms in the area.