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Day 13: Review Your Benefits

Your benefits can be considered as a nest egg. A "nest egg" is a substantial sum of money that has been saved or invested for a specific purpose. Usually, these funds are earmarked for longer-term objectives, the most common being retirement and buying a home. When is the last time you really looked at your benefits and...

Part 2- Day 10: Pay Off Your Debt

You did it! Now that you understand your options for dealing with debt, it’s time to make a plan for being debt-free! Two of the most popular methods for paying off your debt are the Snowball Method and the Avalance Method. The Snowball Method means paying off your smallest debts first. This creates a sense of motivation...

Part 1 -Day 10: Dealing With Debt

If you are dealing with debt, know that you are not alone. In fact, 4 out of 5 Americans are currently in debt.  Let’s work together to figure out how you can eliminate that burden.  Today's article will provide some great tips on how you can pay off your debts. What are your options? Balance Transfer – A new credit...

Day 9: Smart Spending With Groceries

Achieving your financial wellness goals start with setting realistic expectations.  When it comes to basic necessities such as groceries, cutting out spending is not going to be an option.   However, there are steps we can take to make sure we are practicing smart spending habits for greater savings without sacrificing...

Day 8: Automate Everything

Automation is a great way to make life easier.  You will invest time up front setting up your system and then the system will work for you.  It’s easy to automate everything from savings, to spending, and shopping. Wondering why you should automate your finances? You may start the week with good intentions. You’re...

Day 7: Stop Swiping

Credit cards make it easy to swipe and go about our day. We swipe effortlessly, without realizing that we will have to pay off the charges later. Today, I want you to try to stop swiping. We save our credit card information in all of our favorite apps so we can quickly hit purchase. We use Venmo and Apple-pay and...

What Happens When You Make Minimum Payments On Credit Cards? – U.S. News

Featuring Jeff Arevalo, Financial Wellness Expert  Making the minimum monthly payments on your credit cards can lead to maximum pain. By paying only the lowest amount required each month, you're stretching out how long it takes to wipe out your credit card debt and paying considerably more interest than you otherwise...

Day 6: Forming New Habits

We all have habits and routines.  We also have triggers.  Today, let’s work together to redesign them! It's important to shift our mindset when forming new habits. Try not to focus on banning bad habits all together, but rather ways that you can empower yourself to make new habits that will contribute to...

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