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A Nike-Inspired Checklist to Help You Plan

Whether you’re a millennial, baby boomer, Gen X or Gen Z, you face financial questions besides just getting through to the next payday. Here’s a simple two-step Nike-inspired checklist to help you start planning with your money.

Maximize Your Summer Fun with These Ideas

As temperatures start to heat up and the days get longer, summer fun can kick into gear. Looking for things to do this summer? Then, check out this list of fun and relaxing summertime ideas.

How to Make Savings Last Longer in Retirement

Diet books. Fitness apps. Live-streamed exercise classes. They all tell you the same thing: Maintaining good physical health requires discipline and adherence to a few simple habits, such as eating wisely, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. But did you know that the same basic formula can also apply to achieving and managing financial fitness? If you’re looking to shed some unwanted financial fat and build a potentially healthy financial future, all you need is a good attitude, a little bit of dedication, and a solid plan to get you on track.

Beyond Retirement: What About Your Other Goals?

Diet books. Fitness apps. Live-streamed exercise classes. They all tell you the same thing: Maintaining good physical health requires discipline and adherence to a few simple habits, such as eating wisely, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. But did you know that the same basic formula can also apply to achieving and managing financial fitness? If you’re looking to shed some unwanted financial fat and build a potentially healthy financial future, all you need is a good attitude, a little bit of dedication, and a solid plan to get you on track.

How to Develop a Money Mindset That Aligns with Your Goals

Diet books. Fitness apps. Live-streamed exercise classes. They all tell you the same thing: Maintaining good physical health requires discipline and adherence to a few simple habits, such as eating wisely, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. But did you know that the same basic formula can also apply to achieving and managing financial fitness? If you’re looking to shed some unwanted financial fat and build a potentially healthy financial future, all you need is a good attitude, a little bit of dedication, and a solid plan to get you on track.

Paying for College and the Impact of COVID-19

Diet books. Fitness apps. Live-streamed exercise classes. They all tell you the same thing: Maintaining good physical health requires discipline and adherence to a few simple habits, such as eating wisely, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. But did you know that the same basic formula can also apply to achieving and managing financial fitness? If you’re looking to shed some unwanted financial fat and build a potentially healthy financial future, all you need is a good attitude, a little bit of dedication, and a solid plan to get you on track.

Healthcare Workers: How to Keep Your Head Up During Scary Times

Being a healthcare worker can be a stressful and tiring job at the best of times, but in the face of vast uncertainty and fear around the coronavirus, this profession has become even harder. If you are a healthcare worker on the front lines of the coronavirus, you are bravely dealing with an unprecedented situation — thank you. 

Three Tips to Help You Save for Your First Home

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has put somewhat of a damper on the Spring 2020 homebuying season, many prospective buyers can take advantage of a slower market and lower interest rates to snap up the perfect property. But before you begin shopping in earnest, there are a few steps you should take to accelerate your savings rate and put away a down payment more quickly. Read on for three tips that can help you save for your first home.

Navigating the Path to Homeownership After COVID-19

The arrival of spring flowers often means one thing — the home-buying season is here. But with the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing in early March 2020 and many parts of the U.S. still under shelter-in-place orders through Memorial Day, this year’s home-buying season is anything but business as usual.

Three Things to Know Before Buying a Home

Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or are re-entering the real estate market after a hiatus, it’s important to educate yourself on the most up-to-date tips and tricks for purchasing a home. Doing so can help save you thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars on what is likely to be one of the biggest purchases of your life. Here are three of the most crucial things to know before purchasing a home.

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