Financial wellness

Learn the fundamentals of saving and how you can establish consistent habits that may help you maximize your savings potential.

Use this household spending analysis worksheet to determine where your money comes from and where it goes. Then you can make informed financial decisions, monitor your spending, and save more.

Considering these long and short-term goals can provide the peace of mind that comes with being in control of your finances.

Whether you tackle a do-it-yourself project or hire someone else to remodel your kitchen, beautify your bathroom or finish off the basement, common mistakes can easily throw a wrench in your plans.

Learn about how to obtain, review, and report errors in your credit report.

Don't leave your heirs with frustration and pain. Save them the headache by making sure you have these 25 documents in order.

Here are a few common reasons for shifting to a one-income lifestyle and tips that can help reduce expenses.

Consider building a financial cushion to see you through rough patches like a job loss, medical emergency or car repairs.

Buying used can save a lot of money, but it has the potential to pay off big or leave you with buyer's remorse in some cases. Here is a look at some items that are better to buy used and reasons why.

Use this annual check up to review your finances and consider changes or updates that make sense for you and your family.

Take control of your financial future and develop a plan for handling your finances.

Take a few steps to give your home the pre-winter attention it deserves.

Lending money to family and friends can lead to sticky situations. Prepare yourself by checking out our top Do’s & Don’ts for lending to family and friends.

Consider these five smart uses for your tax refund.

With a HELOC, you will have access to cash at a more affordable rate than if you used a credit card, and you will only pay interest on what you actually use.

Frugal can be fun - seriously! Use these seven tips to keep your family’s budget on track while still doing what you love and enjoying life.

Who’s got travel fever? We do! Think team members offer their top eight tips for planning an inexpensive vacation.