Financial Education

Up your financial management game.

We can all use a few extra tips and advice to better our financial management practices. From debt management tips and budgeting assistance to analysis by CUNA Certified Financial Counselors, these are the educational resources that can help you improve your finances.

Let’s up your game!

Dealing with debt or interested in improving your overall financial health?

Whatever it is that you dream about doing in your life, and however your financial situation stacks up, we’re here to support you.

We have CUNA Certified Financial Counselors on staff ready to provide you with a free financial analysis and advice on how to up your financial game.

Our counselors can lend advice on a variety of topics including:

  • Creating budgets
  • Establishing or improving credit
  • Reducing or consolidating debt
  • Accomplishing financial goals
  • Managing money
  • Developing a savings plan and more

Or if you need advice in matters related to bankruptcy or foreclosure avoidance* or more, we also have a partnership with Trinity Debt Management where you can access free counseling.

*One Vision and its third-party vendors are not lawyers and do not provide legal advice. We recommend you consult your attorney for legal advice related to these matters.

Give us a call at 812-924-6000 to speak to one of our counselors or sign up for a free appointment to start upping your game! It’s free, no pressure, and 100% confidential.

Whether you’re looking to start a checking account, obtain a loan, or learn more about personal finance, each course in the MoneyEd program will prepare you to make wise financial choices. When you’re finished, take the quiz at the end of the chapter to measure your success. Simply choose a topic to get started!

Courses in the MoneyEd Program:

  • Personal Finance for College Students
  • Budgeting
  • Guide to Homeownership
  • Credit Smart
  • Auto Loan Finance
  • Money Smart Teens
  • Managing Your Checking Account
  • Debt Management Options
  • Investment Basics

To learn more, visit www.moneyedcu.org.