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Financial resilience is the ability to hold up when life throws you an inevitable financial curve. If this seems broad, it should. There are ramifications to financial events beyond mere dollars and cents.Divorce, disability, job loss — they may seem unconnected financially, yet they share some common characteristics. All can
Since 1994, the fourth Sunday in July has been celebrated as National Parents Day. This holiday was established with the purpose of “recognizing, uplifting, and supporting the role of parents in bringing up their children.”1 As a parent, you have one of the most important jobs in the world – raising
The Fourth of July is an exciting holiday that marks the independence of our nation with the signing of the Declaration of Independence. As you celebrate with hot dogs, fireworks and pool parties this year, consider this: 2021 could be your year to start finding financial freedom of your own.
If you’ve had financial issues in the past, you might be wary about going ahead with a new business plan. Starting a new business can be difficult, but it has its own challenges for anyone who is short on funds. In order to be a successful business owner, you’ll need
Money is the second leading cause of stress amongst adults.1 If you find yourself worried about your financial wellbeing, you’re not alone – and there are things you can do to make it better. Financial stress can stop even the most productive people in their tracks, causing sleepless nights, avoidance of
Each year, around 86 percent of college students obtain some form of financial aid.1 In order to receive financial aid from the government, all students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, otherwise known as the FAFSA. The FAFSA determines the financial need of a student based on
For many, preparing for retirement means spending strictly and limiting unnecessary expenses during their working years. Saving money is important, and people at every income level vary in their ability to be frugal. You may have heard that simply avoiding small expenses – such as eliminating your daily trips to