As a millennial, you may be well into your career and are busy balancing work life with personal and family responsibilities. If you’re at this life stage, it’s essential to regularly review your short- and long-term financial goals and ensure you’re saving enough for the future.
Being equipped with the skills to learn and navigate your finances effectively can lead to more confident decision-making about your budget, managing debt, choosing investments, preparing for retirement, and building your savings.
With economic uncertainty, rising inflation rates, and increased cost of living and it’s not surprising that many individuals are worrying about their finances. Knowing what to look out for can help prevent stress levels from getting out of control and can allow you to take action to help relieve financial strain and support your overall mental well-being.
With inflation continuing to break records and reach 40-year highs, the value of the dollar isn’t going nearly as far as it used to. Many households are being forced to reevaluate their budgets and find ways to cut back spending to keep up with the rising cost of everyday items.
Goal setting is important, it just may take changing up your approach and choosing short-term, attainable goals to keep you motivated to the finish line. Here are some actions you can take in January to improve your financial life and set a positive, inspiring tone for the rest of the year.
Financial wellness plays an important role in our overall well-being because the more in control we feel of our money and financial situation, oftentimes the more empowered we feel about being able to reach our goals and live our life to the fullest.
Sending a child to college is an important goal for many families, but it can be challenging as the cost of higher education continues to rise each year. Let’s explore these funding options and how they can help save for a loved one’s academic future.
This Father’s Day, we wanted to pay tribute to the advice and wisdom our Dads have imparted to us over the years. So, we asked our employees to share the best DIY money-saving tips their Dads ever gave them.