Financial Wellness

5 Ways to stay out of credit card debt during the holidays

The news about American use of credit cards can sometimes surprise us.
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How to improve your finances on a low income

Improving your financial situation is hard for anybody. It can be even more difficult if you have less to work with.
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Your retirement, reimagined: refine your vision with professional financial guidance

Of all of the stages in life, this one uniquely belongs to you. Now it’s your time to shine, refine and align your vision so you can feel good about retiring.
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Five-point 401(k) checklist: creating a healthy account

Can you believe over 52 million Americans have over 4 trillion dollars invested in 401(k) accounts? While most understand the mechanics behind the 401(k) – allowing workers to save and invest a portion of their paycheck before taxes are taken out – many are not aware that there are things to think about regarding maximizing your account’s financial security.
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How to manage debt (and still have fun)

Yes, it’s true: spending money is fun. Buying a new TV, treating yourself to a massage, taking a vacation—all of these things can feel, well, awesome. Especially when you’re rewarding yourself for the hard work you do. But going into debt to be good to yourself? That takes a little of the shine off the experience, doesn’t it? Fortunately, it’s possible to enjoy life and manage debt, at the same time!
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5 easy ways to get an excellent credit score

Getting an excellent credit score may be easier than you think. Here are 5 easy ways for you to increase your credit score:
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Five financial planning tips for LGBTQ+ couples

June is Pride month. Here are some tips on planning for your future.
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5 credit tips for new college grads

Congratulations! You made it through college armed with a degree, and hopefully a job.
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Guide to 401(k) and IRA Rollovers

When you switch jobs, one key task is transferring your regular 401(k), Roth 401(k) or another tax-advantaged retirement plan. Here's what to consider.
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April is Financial Literacy month: Five ways to “Celebrate” with your kids

Financial literacy is essential for daily life. And yet, many parents are intimidated to talk about money with their children, while others may be eager to cover basic concepts but aren’t sure when or where to begin.
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