Understanding Your Credit Score and Report

Until now, understanding the mysteries of your credit score was difficult. You either needed an advanced degree in finance, enrollment in an expensive monthly monitoring service, or worst of all, to enter your personal information on some sketchy website and hope for the best. Join us, along with guest speaker Bill Fowlkes from GreenPath Financial … Continued

Navigating the New Normal: Your Finances During COVID-19

Are you facing financial challenges during COVID-19 and aren’t sure how to move forward? Our partners at GreenPath Financial Wellness are hosting a live webinar this Tuesday, April 28 at 1:00 pm to address these challenges as well as guide you through building a financial plan. To register, please visit greenpath.webex.com and include that you’re a member … Continued

Money Management Through Transitions

An unexpected change in employment can be a scary and emotional situation. However, there are steps one can take to help ensure a quick and manageable recovery. This workshop can help consumers regroup, re-evaluate, and plan for the future. Duration: 1hr Register here

Stress and Spending

As we progress into the unknown with COVID-19 – stress can start to take its toll on us emotionally.   HOW STRESS IMPACTS SPENDING According to a joint study out of Rutgers and the University of Miami, stress causes people to use their resources to regain a sense of control. In many ways, stress is … Continued

Affected by COVID-19?

Affected by COVID-19? Free financial counseling can help. As COVID-19 spreads in the U.S., people all over the country are beginning to feel its financial ripple effect. If you or a loved one has been financially impacted by the COVID-19 virus, our partners at GreenPath Financial Wellness can help. A national non-profit, GreenPath offers judgment-free-counseling and advice … Continued

3 Financial Habits to Start Now

The idea behind a budget is not to limit what you do with your money, but more importantly, to maximize the money you work hard for each and every day. Cutting out even small things, such as that coffee or a soda purchase each day could save you over $100 per month. Best of all, … Continued