How Taking Care of My Finances Changed My Life

Paying attention to the little things can lead to huge improvements with your health and your finances.  Take Leo for example.  His life was a mess until he took a few easy steps to de-stress his financial life.  Here’s how he turned things around (and how you can too): “Looking back on my life a […] Read More

Behavioral Finances: How to Break the Bad Habits & Keep the Good Ones

A recent newsletter from the Personal Finance Employee Education Foundation (PFEEF) sheds light on why people find it hard to break the bad habit of spending too much, and why it may be difficult to save money.1  Studies on behavior and money – behavioral economics – have revealed the thought patterns behind financial decisions and […] Read More

Member Success Story: 4 Financial Steps for a New Family

Starting a family brings a whole new set of financial responsibilities, like visits to the pediatrician, saving for college, and don’t forget all those diapers and baby wipes.  Such a huge change can make your wallet feel a bit thin.  If you want some peace of mind about your new situation, check out how MSA […] Read More