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January 14, 2013

Three Ways to Improve Your Financial Life

In connection with our belief in providing free financial education to our membership and our community, we proudly announce the launch of the Wealth Builder Workshops, a series of interactive and informative workshops designed to educate our members and the public on various financial topics depending on their life stage.

The Wealth Builder series is comprised of three tracks: one for younger individuals in the earlier stages of wealth building, one for individuals nearing retirement, and one for small business owners. Each track consists of four seminars, and individuals registered in a designated track receive $100 after they attend three seminars. Individuals do not need to be members of the Credit Union to attend the workshops; however, they do have to open a savings account to be eligible for the $100 incentive.

"Financial Center has always been a big proponent of giving its members the knowledge and tools needed to make smarter financial decisions," said Daniel Kavanaugh, Chief of Sales and Marketing. "We hope this series helps us engage members on a deeper level and on a more regular basis, so that they think of us first when financial needs or questions arise."

Financial Center has been successful in building education into its brand of "Improving members' financial lives". Over the years, the Credit Union has been awarded several state and national credit union association awards for its educational commitment to the underserved and Indianapolis area youth.

While the Wealth Builder series is being heavily promoted to the Credit Union's membership, anyone can attend the free workshops held on Saturdays at Financial Center's Main Center, located at 7101 East 56th Street in Indianapolis.

For more information on the Wealth Builder series, or to sign up visit, visit

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