Articles to Support Your Health and Well-being
Why Does Financial Wellness Matter? How financially healthy are you? Do you have a budget? A spending plan?
Handling money is a talent few of us are born with. But it is a skill that can be learned.
Job loss ranks high among stressful and traumatic events for many, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Follow these 5 financial fitness tips and be the best you possible.
To determine how serious your debt is you need to determine how much of your monthly net income (income after taxes, actual take-home pay) is going toward paying your debt.
There are a number of different credit options available to you if you need a credit card. Use this checklist to find the best credit card for you, or to evaluate any card(s) you may already have.
In the past few decades, retirement has taken quite a turn...occurring later and calling for more financial planning and preparation than in years past. Start planning now!
In the years preceding retirement, most people seek expert advice to help with financial planning. This planning helps ensure that we can support our financial needs when we no longer have a stream of steady employment income.
Are you approaching retirement with goals or assuming you'll figure that out when you get there?
Do you have a negative cash flow? Trying to cut back on expenditures to save more money and work towards your financial goals?
The life-long benefits of teaching your children good money habits make it well worth the effort. Teach children the basics of earning, spending, and saving when they are young (e.g. age 5).
To help you stay financially healthy you need to understand credit.
Staying within a positive cash flow these days can be challenging.
If you’re struggling with financial avoidance or financial denial, it's important for your future to take action to get your money matters back on track.