MARSHALL, Mich. — Marshall District Library and Marshall Community Credit Union have joined forces to help area teens become more financially savvy.

A series of financial education classes will be held throughout the year at Marshall middle schools and high schools.

The first middle school student session will explain the differences between credit unions and banks and explore saving strategies. High school sessions will focus on helping teens create their own financial plans based on their needs and wants.

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