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Financial Advice and Education

Learn today. Benefit for a lifetime.

Financial Literacy Presentations Available

We’ll come to your place for interactive financial discussions. Give us a call at (325) 677-2274 to discuss your ideas for your classroom, civic or church group, youth organization etc. Ask for Elizabeth Gray, the ATFCU Community Specialist.

Our economic reality fairs are primarily for high school students and they challenge participants to live within a specified budget. Income and expenses are designed to reflect those found in the Abilene area. We’ll bring a team for a multi-class event or Ms. Gray can work with individual classes.

Mrs Davis and Mrs Gray

I have had the pleasure of working with Elizabeth Gray from Abilene Teachers FCU. This semester she brought a financial simulation game for my 7th graders. Great experience! The students learned so much about earning money and paying bills and living within their means. We all had a great time and learned a very valuable financial and life lesson. Thank you for offering this opportunity.

Dianne D., member since 1991
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Teaching Children About Money

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The World of Marriage, Kids and Money

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Spending Less

How is it that, whenever you need new clothes, they’re at their most expensive? Of course it’s not sale season when you’re desperately in need of an all-new summer wardrobe because you just experienced a random growth spurt and none of your clothes fit you anymore. Continue reading

Learn more about financial literacy at ATFCU.

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Send an email to Elizabeth Gray, Community Relations Specialist, for further information.

[email protected]

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(325) 677-2274 – call or text

(800) 677-6770 – calls only