Make a Plan for Your Financial Future
It feels amazing to have control over your finances. Did you know how money makes you feel - stressed, secure, liberated or scared - dictates how you manage your money? When you get smart about financial planning, you’re creating a better life now and into your retirement years. It’s never too early (or too late!) to take charge of your money. Why not start now? A simple budget is one of the most powerful tools for financial security. Watch now to learn more.
Quick-Start Guides to Personal Finance
Creating a solid foundation for your personal finances makes sense, no matter how much money you have. Paying down debt and creating an emergency fund provides security and peace of mind. Mastering a few personal finance basics will help you to live better now and set yourself up for a comfy and enjoyable retirement. These quick-start guides are a great place to start. Ready? Let’s go!
Money Management in These Challenging Times
It just makes sense: A good plan helps you weather life’s storms as well as its calm periods. Whether it’s a shaky economy, unemployment, heavy debt or just financial hardship, take steps now to ensure smooth financial sailing. Read on to learn how to better handle financial stress and stretch your paycheck, when to defer student loans and why you should diversify your portfolio.
Where Does My Money Go?
How much am I spending? An itemization of your income vs. expenses may help you budget better and plan for future expenses. Use this calculator to help you recall and itemize your living expenses.