Plan Your Paycheck

Your paycheck is a starting point for making a budget.  Set aside 15 minutes to review your income and expenses. This way you can plan your paycheck. For This activity, make sure you have the following items: Time: 15 min Tools: Printable Calendar, Pen, List of Income and Expenses Step 1: Establish Your Starting...

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...

How to Recover from a Financial Setback

The financial trajectory in our life is full of ups and downs. As the saying goes, "That's life." We are all going to experience times when we feel like the wind is at our back, and other times when we feel like our financial world is caving in on us. If you find yourself in the second category, it will be okay. First,...

Money Management: A Family Affair

A family budget can help you manage money together as a family or a couple. It is a valuable tool for open and honest communication about money, and for teaching children important financial skills. Budgeting together enables all members of the family to participate and support each other in financial goals and decisions....

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