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Fannett-Metal Students Visit 1st Ed Credit Union

On April 26, 2016, Fannett-Metal School District 5th graders visited 1st Ed Credit Union to take a tour and learn about the credit union. During their…

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Teens and Money Management

As a parent, you have the largest influence on the choices your children make through life, including how they approach their finances. Let the teenage…

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Welcome Students!

It’s Official! You are eligible for membership at 1st Ed Credit Union, if you are a student or a family member of a student that currently attends…

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Wendy’s: the Latest “Big Attack” Putting Your Good Credit at Risk

What was initially thought to be a mere 5% of Wendy’s fast-food locations hit by the criminal minds that put your good credit at risk,…

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What Is Credit Union Strong?

Young people face a bewildering financial landscape in their immediate future—one where technology has made spending as easy as breathing and the cost of higher…

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How to Do Allowances Right, According to the Experts

One of the best ways to ensure your children grow up financially fit is to give them practice managing money with an allowance. But what’s…

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iGrad: Your Financial Education Partner

We’re not just here to provide a student loan. We want to be your financial partner for life. 1st Ed Credit Union is pleased to offer…

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7 Ways to Turn Saving Money into a Habit

The spending and saving habits of your past don’t define your future — your current ones do. And this America Saves Week is a great…

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5 Simple Steps to Save Successfully

America Saves Week (February 23 – 28, 2015) is an annual opportunity for individuals to assess their savings and take financial action. America Saves’ mantra…

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Are your kids on the right track to financial independence?

For many of today’s young adults, the weakest link lies in learning the basics. According to a 2014 survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf…

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