Financial education

Reaching your goals starts here.

Find peace of mind with our financial education resources.

Reaching your financial goals starts with personal understanding. What would you like to accomplish? How does your relationship with money affect your decisions? No matter your starting point, OnPoint provides you with the tools to achieve sustainable financial wellness.

Begin your customized financial education journey with these simple steps.

Create your profile

Enroll in Enrich for free or sign in through Digital Banking from the Financial Education menu, set your goals and gain full access to personalized recommendations.

Your money personality

Take the money personality quiz to reflect on your relationship with money.

Financial checkup

Complete your financial wellness checkup to establish where you’re at in your journey and unlock custom content.

Interactive digital courses

Within Enrich, you can take any number of digital courses at your convenience built to help you achieve your financial goals.

Sample courses from Enrich.

Your finances. Your schedule. Within Enrich, you can take any number of digital courses at your convenience built to help you achieve your financial goals.

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Creating a budget

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Budgeting is a crucial component to your financial well-being and how to start building your budget based on your unique goals. You’ll also get tips to help find opportunities for spending less and reducing overall expenses.
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Planning for retirement

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Get guidance on long-term financial management, as well as an overview of the many retirement account options available. Then, develop a detailed financial assessment to help you evaluate your next steps to ensure a comfortable retirement.
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Mastering credit

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Understand how to use credit wisely and gain debt management techniques to optimize your credit score. Discover how your debt, income, and other expenses relate to your overall credit health, and evaluate different types of credit and loans available.
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Achieve Your Financial Goals with a Money Buddy

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Digital banking tools to help reach your financial goals.

Understand the health of your finances with OnPoint’s Personal Finance Manager. Using the information from your OnPoint accounts, you can develop a budget with pre-built suggestions and transaction categories that are simple to customize. Plus, get a long-term view to track trends in your spending habits over longer periods of time. You can even securely link external accounts from other financial institutions for a holistic view.

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