“Homemade” begins with a home
Whether it’s our favorite dinner or a cute craft item, when we hear that something is homemade, we tend to place a lot of value on it. Things that are homemade seem more personal and emotionally satisfying. That’s one reason many people are eager to become homeowners. They dream of the emotional satisfaction that comes with having a house that belongs to you.
If you’ve been thinking about becoming a homeowner, Indiana Members Credit Union is here to help. We take particular pride in helping our members buy homes, because we know that purchasing a home can be the foundation of financial security. Continue reading
Kids need to train their money skills, too
We’re big fans of student athletes. Time spent on the field, the court, the track or the mat does more than ensure young people become strong and healthy. It also teaches them skills that will help them become successful adults, such as teamwork, perseverance, self-discipline, communication, and leadership.
Parents encourage young athletes to practice because they know it will improve their skills when they compete. Another important skill that every young person needs is money management skills. Kids learn most of what they know about money at home, and that can include both good and bad habits. By teaching your son or daughter about money and how to make the most of it, you’ll improve their chances of growing into financially secure adults. Continue reading