Financial Resources

There are a variety of financial resources out there to help you get on or stay on the right path. Due to the vast quantity of financial planning resources out there, we picked a few to share to help you stay fit and provide assistance when you need it most.

Financial fitness starts with training. So come learn what you don’t know. Check out our learning opportunities here. Whether in the classroom or online, you’ll earn a certificate of completion that will show you’re serious about being on the right track.

Need a bank account, credit card or loan? Click here to learn more about the products available to you. In order to apply for these financial products, you may be required to take one or more of our financial education workshops. Check with the bank partner of your choice regarding this criteria.

Community Programs

2-1-1 Social Services 

This community resource directory service provides information on local nonprofit and government support programs for those in need. It is the simplest way to connect to food, shelter and housing assistance, employment services, counseling resources and much more.

Free FAFSA Filing Services in Porter County

Free FAFSA filing services for college federal financial aid. Services are available second Friday of the month October through April prior to the FAFSA filing deadline. 


Free Tax Preparation Services & Resources

Find information about free tax preparation and additional tax resources. 




Free prescription savings card. Average savings on a prescription purchase is approximately 43%. Accepted at many of the major pharmacy providers – Walgreen’s, Meijer, CVS and more


Find a new or better job, choose a career, access training, attend Bank On classes and get the information needed to succeed in today’s job market. 


Financial Advice and Tools

Need help managing your money?

These financial planning resources help you to improve and better manage your own finances, including Debt/Credit management tools and resources. 

Mobile phone apps 

These apps can help you improve and maintain your financial fitness. You can use an app to track your expenses, manage your budget, find savings and deals and so much more.

Need help with student loans or financing education?

Utilize these tools to determine how you will finance your educational expenses. 


Starting a business?

Discover tips for planning and developing a successful business. 

Train financially savvy kids

Want a financially fit family? These resources will help you on your quest of training financially savvy kids.


TrueConnect is a loan option that allows employees to privately apply for loans from employers and repay through payroll deductions. Corporations must opt-in. Check with your employer for availability. 

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