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Blog Teasers - Help for Parents

  • mother and son wearing sunglasses

    Let’s face it... spending money is way more fun than saving it. This is especially true for young people, who often can’t wait to spend money as soon as they receive it.

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    The Center for Financial Empowerment, the nonprofit organization founded by SCE Credit Union, has a mission to educate high school youth with personal finance concepts, preparing them to make smart financial decisions as they move into adulthood. As part of that mission, we encourage parents to take an active role in helping their teens establish strong financial habits for managing money.

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    The Center for Financial Empowerment, the nonprofit organization founded by SCE Credit Union, has a mission to educate high school youth with personal finance concepts, preparing them to make smart financial decisions as they move into adulthood.

  • family new years eve picture

    Here we are… another new year right around the corner. With a new year comes the promise of a fresh start, the chance to refocus and recommit to habits or goals that may have fallen behind in the past weeks or months.

  • teen girl holding debit card

    Many parents find giving their children access to a debit card is a great way to help them learn about money and finances early on.

  • teen boy decorating tree

    It’s natural for kids to think about what they’re hoping to receive as gifts, but as they get older it’s important for teens to understand the holidays are as much about giving as they are about receiving. 

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    The “Time Value of Money” is one of the most important concepts in personal finance, and one kids should learn about early.

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    Among the variety of financial literacy topics, credit is one of the most important. In fact, of the 2,205 high school students who completed the Center for Financial Empowerment’s classes last year, 78% of them indicated in surveys credit was the #1 thing they wanted to learn.

  • teenage girl holding scefcu debit card

    One of the first steps toward real freedom (and adulthood) is having a checking and savings account in your own name. These accounts allow you to save money, make purchases and pay bills efficiently. Both, however, require you to take an active management role, so you can achieve your goals and avoid errors.