Financial Education

Adult Financial Education

The Monroe Bank & Trust Financial Education program helps residents in the communities we serve become well-educated in all major aspects of personal financial management.

Financial Education classes include timely information on topics such as household budgeting, using credit wisely and improving your credit score, selecting the financial institution that best meets your needs, even purchasing your first home during challenging times. The classes, taught by Monroe Bank & Trust instructors who are subject matter trained, can help you through our tough economy and perhaps even help you to improve your financial position.

Sound like information YOU could use? Great!

Find out more about class topics, or to learn how Monroe Bank & Trust classes can be taken “on the road” to a community resource or service organization near you.
You may also contact AVP, Financial Education and Marketing Outreach Officer, Jennifer Tucker at (734) 384-8269 for information on topics, to find out where classes are being taught, or to schedule classes for your group.

Financial Education classes provide generally accepted information on a broad range of financial topics, and are not a substitute for personal consultation with a qualified and licensed financial advisor or tax consultant.