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A local bank offers financial literacy tool

AEA Federal Credit Union has unique program teaching money management

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - In most cases, balancing a check book, managing your credit and paying off your bills isn't a class. So, what happens when the real world, sends you to collections?

Well, AEA Federal Credit Union is offering a unique program to those looking to sharpen their finance skills. It's called Banzai!, an alternative way to learn about budgeting, credit, and retirement.

For years Banzai! has been offered to local schools by financial institutions. The program is designed to help elementary school students and adults become financially literate.

Banzai! uses experience-based learning in order for uses to absorb its lessons. Its hands-on approach has proven to be successful.

So, if you're a teacher looking to teach your students about budgeting Banzai! offers complete lesson plans. If you're an adult who's looking to get a better grasp on your finances, this is something you definitely have to try.

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