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

August 05 2015
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

Smart Ways to Use Your Pocket Change

July 01 2015
Once you’ve created a budget with your Money Coach and started to take better care of your finances, you may find some extra cash in your pocket each month.  It’s like the good ol’ days when your grandma used to send cards with cash in them.  But take care!  Don’t let the excitement of extra […] Read More

How to Maximize Your Paycheck

June 09 2015
When you create a budget and take better care of your cash flow, you’re less likely to worry about making it to the next paycheck.  Tracking your spending will show you how your paycheck is working for you right now; likewise, automatically saving some of your money will show you how your paycheck is working […] Read More