Money iQ Financial Education

Your Financial Health Matters to Us!


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Managing your finances isn't an easy task.

Every day, you make important choices that can have a lasting impact on your future and your finances. A recent study found that 78% of adults wish they had more information readily available when making important financial decisions1. We understand that you need the right tools to help you manage your money like a pro. The Money iQ program is designed to help you make sound financial decisions on how to better manage and grow your finances.   



Get Empowered

Whether you want to learn more about understanding your credit, saving for college, or buying a home, Money iQ offers the information you need when you need it. There are over 30 courses available to help you better understand your finances. You can choose from a set of pre-selected courses, or create a personalized playlist to meet your specific needs.


Topics include:

  • Home Ownership Basics
  • Planning for Retirement
  • Building Emergency Savings
  • Budgeting
  • Auto Loans
  • Paying For College
  • Tax Basics
  • Debt Management and more!


Get your Personalized Playlist!



Learning Done Your Way

Money iQ courses are short, interactive and designed to fit into your lifestyle. Courses take only 3 to 6 minutes and can be completed on your tablet or mobile device. Whether at home or on the go, you now have the financial resources you need at your fingertips. It's never been easier or more convenient to build your financial knowledge!


Ready to feel more confident about your finances?



Money iQ Financial Education




Telhio Credit Union and Money iQ is offered in partnership with EverFi to provide this educational resource to assist members with information about personal finance and best practices. The educational material is not operated or created by Telhio Credit Union. Telhio is not responsible for content, which may not always represent the credit unions views. This does not constitute endorsement of any product, service, or organization.

1Source: EVERFI Consumer Financial Education: Experiences and Preferences survey, March 2019