Learn and Grow
You can never be too young to begin saving. In fact, the sooner children open a youth savings account, the better their chances of learning good habits for saving money, as explained by Jo and her new assistant, Joseph. (And remember – his name is “Joseph.”)
Good habits start early
Learning how to save and spend responsibly can make a big difference in a child’s life, and yours! Our youth accounts can help your kids lay the foundation of future financial success.
Have you wondered what some of those financial acronyms actually mean, but were afraid to ask? Jo from Jovia explains a number of them in this video (along with an entertaining tongue-twisting listing of them that’s worth the watch).
Credit Unions vs. Banks
What is the difference between a credit union and a bank? Jo from Jovia covers the similarities – and differences – between the two types of financial institutions. (Oh, if you live on Long Island, within our field of membership, you’ve already met one requirement to join Jovia!)
Don’t skip this video! Jo from Jovia explains budgeting. Like it or not, budgeting is necessary to keeping a well-ordered financial life. And, its not as difficult as you might think, thanks to Jo’s explanation of the “50-30-20 rule!” Remember this. You’ll be glad you did.
Confused about applying for your very first mortgage? Don’t be. Jo from Jovia has the tips you should know. Learn about rates, costs, fees, types of mortgages, and…well, we don’t want to scare you, so check out the video.
Cars... Buy 'em or Lease 'em
Ah, the always hard-to-answer question: Buy a car, or lease a car? While relaxing in her own (or leased?) car, Jo from Jovia presents a question-and-answer session about which option is best based on your needs when it comes to cars. Vroom vroom.