Member Success Story: Turn Bad Habits Into Best Behaviors

Like 76% of Americans, Ariel was living paycheck to paycheck,1 and she found it harder when transitioning to a single income.  With a broken relationship, student loans, surgery, and the end of a lease, the emotional distress certainly wasn’t helping.  Luckily, Ariel found hope and support through one-on-one consultations with her Money Coach, Lee, so […] Read More

3 Financial Resolutions Worth Keeping

1. Get your credit report. Why: Your credit report can inform you of suspicious activity that may mean identity theft.  It can also have errors that are fixable, which will raise your credit score once corrected. How: Everyone is entitled to one free credit report every twelve months from each of the three major credit […] Read More

Easter Egg Hunts That Ease Your Expenses

Share the wealth: If you’re hosting Easter this year, ease the financial task by making it a potluck—and not just for the food. Have each family bring a dish to share and a collection of eggs for the Easter egg hunt. A healthy, wallet-happy egg hunt: Instead of buying a ton of potentially expensive, candy-filled […] Read More