Resources for your financial health...
MoneyDesktop is an interactive Personal Financial Management (PFM) program that provides budgeting, tracking and goal setting features. Click here For more information explaining MoneyDesktop. Download the MoneyMobile App today!
Zogo is a gamified financial literacy app that rewards users for completing bite-sized financial literacy lessons on intelligently saving, spending, and managing their own money. Earn while you learn, with real-life rewards - like gift cards to your favorite stores!
Download the Zogo App by clicking here!
Don't forget to use the access code: LINCONE
Take the first steps to financial wellness with GreenPath! You will have access to a financial counselor, a debt management plan, steps to improve credit and more! GreenPath Financial Wellness is a trusted national nonprofit with more than 60-years of helping people build financial health and resiliency. LINCONE has partnered with GreenPath to provide this resource for members and their family. Having trouble budgeting this holiday season? GreenPath has a budgeting template you can access here!
The official website of the National Credit Union Administration. Find resources for a myriad of topics: buying a car, consumer loans, fraud prevention, retirement, and the question that gets brought up most often, what is a credit union? plus more topics!
Move toward the Future with Confidence. Steinberger Financial is dedicated to their client's financial stability and committed to working in their best interest, ensuring they understand how their money is working for them. Offering Insurance, investments, retirement planning and other planning services. Contact Mark by phone at 402.467.5595 or email him here. Mark Steinberger offers products and services using the following business names: Steinberger Financial - insurance and financial services I Ameritas Investment Company, LLC (AIC), Member FINRA/SIPC - securities and investments. AIC is not affiliated with Steinberger Financial or LincOne Federal Credit Union. Securities are not FDIC insured, no bank guarantee, may lose value.
How's a Credit Union different from a bank? First, Credit unions are owned by their members and governed in a democratic way by a volunteer board of directors who are also members of the credit union. Credit unions are not-for-profit, member-owned financial institutions that exist to serve the financial needs of their members. Learn more by visiting Smarter Choice!