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The term financial health doesn’t just affect a person’s finances. In fact, a person with poor financial health may also have poor physical and mental or emotional health. For example, a person who is under stress, potentially caused by the lack of financial wellness, could...

Parents have a lot to consider when it comes to helping their children get into college. Testing and collegiate rivalries aside, high school students and their parents or guardians may feel confused or overwhelmed at the topic of paying for college. A recent study shows...

Single-parent households are more at risk of financial hardship than households with two or more adult caregivers. The idea of parenting alone can be an overwhelming notion itself, aside from the financial challenges.   Some single parents may be making decisions like gas vs. groceries, or dental...

Everyone is busy. We have jobs, families, responsibilities and we plan ahead as much as possible. In this scenario, we also have regular monthly bills, groceries, and other known expenses. These can include gas for your car, haircut, and back-to-school shopping. While this seems like...

In the United States, it’s no secret that rising healthcare costs are a prominent issue. In addition, like taxes, paying medical bills is not something people can get away from. For example, more than 43.3 million people have problems paying their families medical bills.[1] These...