According to Investopedia, “financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. [It] is the foundation of your relationship with money, and it’s a lifelong journey.”
This time last year, we were all forced to make drastic changes to our everyday lives — working from home, acting as educators to our children and grandchildren, and settling in for the unknown long-term. Fortunately, there is finally optimism and a shred of pre-pandemic normalcy.
Over the course of the last year, the global pandemic has shined an unfortunate spotlight on financial insecurities within the American workforce.
We all know just how much having a good night’s sleep can impact us. People who sleep well tend to be more productive at work, eat fewer calories, and have less risk of heart diseases.
Did you know that March is National Credit Education Month? This is an important topic for Financial Fitness for Life because we are constantly educating employees about what a credit score is and why it’s crucial in establishing and maintaining overall financial wellness. In this piece we will cover three key topics relating to consumer credit:
Don’t ever say, “It won’t happen to me.” We are all at risk and the stakes are high – both for your personal and financial well-being and for our Firm’s standing and reputation. Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility. By following the tips below and remaining vigilant, you are doing your part to protect yourself and others.