Financial Education


  • School Success Starts at Home

    posted on Friday, August 20, 2021

    When we think of children learning, we picture school buses and brick buildings. But the fact is, learning success doesn't start with a bus ride or a classroom at school; it starts at home. Research has shown that the most successful students are those whose families are actively involved in their learning.

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  • Will vs Trust: Understanding the Difference

    posted on Friday, August 6, 2021

    Wills and Trusts are legal documents that are useful tools to assist in your estate planning efforts. These documents can provide the means to guide the distribution of your assets and belongings during your lifetime, at incapacity or death. Preparing a well thought out plan can ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes and provide peace of mind for you and your family.

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  • Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments

    posted on Thursday, July 22, 2021

    Starting July 15, eligible parents with children under age 18 will start receiving monthly payments from the government through the Child Tax Credit. With these payments set to begin soon, United Bank & Trust is offering tips on how to use these funds to improve your family's financial position.

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  • Spring Cleaning For Your Finances

    posted on Friday, March 19, 2021

    As the weather gets warmer, we start thinking about spring cleaning in our homes, but what about our finances? Organizing and cleaning up your finances can help you stay focused on your goals, increase productivity and success, save time, and of course, reduce stress. So how can you get started? Read this article fore some tips.

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  • Getting and Using Your First Credit Card

    posted on Friday, October 9, 2020

    A "first" credit card can be exciting, tempting and intimidating. Credit cards are a great convenience, but they are also a huge borrowing responsibility. Here are some ideas to keep in mind as you get your first credit card and begin to use it.

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