Budgeting is key
A new shirt here, a coffee or candy bar there – while they may not seem like much by themselves, the everyday purchases we make are part of our total financial picture – and they add up. That’s why budgeting and managing your money are so important.
Understanding budgeting basics can help you be more thoughtful about your money, helping you save for your future, prepare for emergencies, give more generously and afford to buy what you need.
If you’ve never budgeted for your family before, you may not be sure where to start! That’s where our Financial Wellness Educators come in. They can help you create a budget or review your budget with you so you can improve your financial wellbeing. Email us and a Financial Wellness Educator will reach out to you.
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