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Practice Financial Self-Care with These 6 Tips

The goal of money management is to create a better life for yourself. Even though a lot of financial advice focuses on achieving long-term goals, there’s plenty you can do to make sure you’re enjoying these positive benefits in your daily life.

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6 Financial Moves New Parents Should Make

Becoming a parent brings a wealth of new experiences to your life. It also brings new financial responsibilities and considerations as you support your growing family.

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5 Ways to Continue Working Toward Your Financial Goals During Times of Uncertainty

No individual or business is immune to the consequences of economic ups and downs. The job market, the stock market, local housing prices, and a number of other economic factors can have a direct influence on your own financial situation, including your ability to reach your financial goals

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7 Smart Ways to Save on Back-to-School Online Shopping

The average American family is expected to spend nearly $800 per child on supplies for the upcoming school year—and for parents of college students, those costs are even higher. But for many families, these costs are a significant source of financial stress that can throw a wrench into their budgeting for the entire year.

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Infographic: 13 Smart Ways to Save on Back-to-School Online Shopping

It may feel like summer just began, but the first day of school is almost here! 📓🖍 There’s no doubt that this school year will look different for families. With that in mind, we’re sharing 13 back-to-school online shopping tips to help you save money and go into the first day of school prepared:

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4 Savings Goals to Set for Yourself Today!

If you haven’t made a habit of saving money to reach your financial goals, the process of saving can seem overwhelming. Successful saving is a goals-oriented process that requires a plan for steady contributions over time.

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6 Financial Habits to Set Yourself up for Success

Achieving financial independence doesn’t happen overnight—it’s a journey. By changing some of the everyday decisions you make regarding money, you can create a great financial future. 

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Budgeting for Large Expenses: A Step-by-Step Guide

No matter how detailed your monthly budget is, life will occasionally throw a large and possibly unexpected expense your way. This can make it impossible to keep spending completely consistent from one month to the next—and if you’re living paycheck to paycheck or trying to keep spending to a minimum, these irregular costs can throw your planning out of whack.

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Here’s How to Calculate Your Net Worth and Why It Matters

It may seem like checking your bank account balance is the only thing you need to do to measure your financial wellness. In reality, though, that’s only part of the picture. The amount of cash you have on hand doesn’t take into consideration other financial accomplishments, such as the amount of debt you are paying off, the investments you’ve made, or the equity you’ve built in a home.

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5 Things Financially Successful People Do Differently

Smart money management isn’t a skill you’re born with. It’s something you develop over time, through a combination of financial education and habit development to reinforce the behaviors that enable financial success.

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