Financial Education Resources
CommonWealth One offers a variety of financial resources to help you manage your money.
CommonWealth One is committed to educating our members and the communities we serve, which is why we offer a variety of free financial activities and events.
As a credit union benefit, we offer members free, confidential financial counseling services.
CommonWealth One is proud to partner with Banzai® to offer an online adult and youth financial literacy program as a free, value-added benefit to our members. This program will help teach budgeting, managing credit and more.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union partners with Banzai® to offer premium financial literacy materials to educators for students in our area for free. Help them learn by doing! In Banzai, students will pay rent, work jobs, and learn about taxes. It's a virtual world of decision making. Take a look at the array of real-world subjects Banzai covers.
The Centsables website for youth members ages 6 -12 is packed with fun facts, lessons, games and episodes of the Centsables TV show. Topics include banking basics, The 3 Ss: saving spending, sharing, good credit versus bad credit, and an intro to investing.
Who said financial education has to be boring? Click here to watch more fun It's a Money Thing videos.