Financial Wellness Month
See how financial stress affects others just like you and how financial wellness programs can help.
Explore the six main financial life stages and the impact of financial wellness at each stage.
All the tools you need to become financially savvy.
NerdWallet provides their basic guide to get started with budgeting- one of the foundational habits of financial health.
Wells Fargo helps you with identifying areas in your budget where you can decrease your expenses and increase your savings.
Centris Federal Credit Union offers this interactive module on the importance of building your emergency savings along with tools and strategies to get started.
When should you get a credit card? How do you get approved for your first credit card?
Use these tools to get your debt-free date and find a payoff path.
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Landing a job is a major milestone that requires a lot of thought and effort.
How to know when it's time to move on -- and how to prepare.
Now is your time to negotiate a higher salary.
To get started investing, pick a strategy based on the amount you'll invest, the timelines for your investment goals, and the amount of risk that makes sense for you.
The ideal platform to get your financial feet wet! Submit trades in a virtual environment before you start risking your own capital.
Khan Academy video series on investments and retirement. A quick and easy way to learn essential skills!
Criminals and con artists use many scams to target unsuspecting people who have access to money
There is no way to eliminate all risk, but there are ways to avoid, minimize, or protect
yourself and your family from risk.
The simple money risk management guide.
Knowledge and skills necessary to make informed personal finance decisions.
Opportunity cost refers to the value a person could have received but passed up in pursuit of another option.
No need to be a money expert—the tips and activities here can help your children’s money skills, habits, and attitudes grow.