Financial Literacy Month

Four things to do before making any financial decisions

Making financial decisions can be confusing and overwhelming, to the point that you do nothing to prepare for your financial future. Don’t fall victim to that feeling; take these steps to protect your hard-earned money and give you financial peace of mind:

Set a goal. Just as if you were shopping for a car, know what features you want to have in your credit card, investment, budgeting spreadsheet or any other financial resource. Establish how you want to use this particular resource and keep that goal in mind. Continue Reading >

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Remember when you made that promise to yourself to get a better handle on your finances this year? Well April is the perfect time to reassess your progress on your money goals as part of Financial Literacy Month.

Not sure where to start? Then let us help you!

Start by ordering USA.gov’s free Financial Foundations Toolkit to get the advice and confidence you need to make sound money decisions. This toolkit will teach you: Continue Reading >

Now’s the time to start a savings plan

April is financial literacy month, and what a better way to celebrate than starting a savings plan.

No matter your stage of life, it’s important to have savings: Whether it’s for a special purchase, a college education, your first home, retirement, or an emergency fund. But just how do you get started and stay on course? Here are a few tips to help you reach your savings goal. Continue Reading >