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(Woodbury, MN – September 20, 2016) – Ideal Credit Union has been honored with a 2016 Desjardins Youth Financial Literacy Award for its “Money Talks” Financial Literacy program. The unique peer-to-peer program is taught by high school age Ideal Student Credit Union employees to high school age students, and features the building blocks of personal finance: budgeting, savings and investments, credit, and money management tools. Ideal Credit Union's winning entry now moves to the national competition, where it will compete with financial education projects from credit unions in other states.

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(Woodbury, MN – August 4, 2016) Ideal Credit Union recently hosted two sessions of its popular “Money Talks” financial literacy program in July, attracting 58 students from around the metro area. The peer-to-peer program, led and taught by Ideal CU Student Credit Union employees, teaches students the building blocks of personal finance: budgeting, savings and investments, credit, and money management tools. Students in attendance came from all different locations, including Inver Grove Heights, Maplewood, Mahtomedi, Somerset, St. Paul, Centerville, Apple Valley, White Bear Lake and more.

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Schools are great for learning the three R’s — reading, writing and ’rithmetic — but don’t look to them to provide an education in financial literacy. Most of the time, that kind of practical life skill is taught at home. Here are some ways to raise money-smart kids.

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When I was in grade school, our teacher would ask us every November to write an essay about things we were thankful for. Back then my list was pretty simple – my dog Spike, my bicycle, my grandparents, and getting the day off from school to eat turkey.

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Young adults today are in the dark more than ever when it comes to credit and the importance of it. I recently started learning more about the importance of credit and hopefully by sharing what I have learned, it will help you understand it a little better.

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