• New Tru Direction, Inc. Board Members Elected

    Published Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    Two new Board Members were elected at the Tru Direction, Inc. Annual Meeting on October 20, 2014. Eric Rosenbaum and Sarah Loughery joined the Board. Eric Rosenbaum serves as the Academy of Finance Director at Hamilton Southeastern High School. Mr. Rosenbaum is also on the School Improvement Plan Committee. In the past, Rosenbaum has served as Varsity more»
  • Leaving a Legacy of Financial Fitness

    Published Thursday, October 16, 2014

    If you’re a parent, you’ve probably dreamed about passing many things on to your children. Whether it’s your core value and belief system, your strong work ethic, or your passion for 19th century impressionist artwork, you want to leave them with at least a small part of you. Here’s something else you’ll want to pass down to more»
  • "Connecting The Pieces" College Lending Seminar a Success

    Published Monday, October 13, 2014

    On October 7th, Jessica Childers presented a seminar on college financing. The event was held at Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers, Indiana and about twenty high school seniors and parents were in attendance. The interns at Tru Direction, Andrew Fullhart and Connor Masters, helped coordinate and plan the seminar. It was a great success! To watch more»
  • Get Serious About Saving with a Goal-oriented Savings Account

    Published Friday, September 5, 2014

    Do you remember those New Year’s resolutions you made at the beginning of the year? How many have you kept? If you’re like most people, if you didn’t abandon them after the first week, you most likely did sometime within the first half of the year. Research has proven over and over that New Year’s resolutions don’t work but, more»
  • Back to School Without Breaking the Bank

    Published Monday, August 11, 2014

    It’s that time of year again when summer winds down and both you and your kids gear up for back-to-school shopping. According to the National Retail Federation, families with school-age children spent an estimated $635.00 on back-to-school supplies, clothing, shoes and electronics last year. That’s a lot of money. Before you take out a second more»
  • Better Ways to Save Money

    Published Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Have you been stuffing money in your piggy bank or hiding it under your mattress? Before you squirrel away another cent, you need to know there’s a better, smarter and more secure way to save (and grow) your money. With several types of accounts from which to choose, you simply need to compare each of them and understand which ones are best suited more»
  • Planning for a Sound Financial Future

    Published Tuesday, July 15, 2014

    Regardless of your age or where you are along the path of your life, one thing is certain—you are constantly moving toward your future. And if you want those years ahead to be as comfortable as possible, then now’s the time to implement a solid financial plan. Make the Plan Creating a financial plan requires a close look at your current more»
  • Millennials Struggling With Debt, Financial Literacy

    Published Tuesday, May 27, 2014

    MADISON, Wis. — Millennials are struggling with debt, monthly payments and understanding financial offerings, according to a new study from the Filene Research Institute. The report, Gen Y Personal Finances: A Crisis of Confidence and Capability, paints a picture of the typical Millennial having a significant amount of debt and struggling to meet more»
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