Basic Money Management
Includes budgeting, saving, taxes, debtor education for bankruptcy filers, and a variety of other programs to help consumers improve financial health, increase wealth, and make wise buying decisions.
Contact your local Family Financial Management State Specialist who can provide programs, publications, or other resources on a variety of topics.
Financial Fitness: Exercises to Shape Up Your Spending is a program designed to help you do a financial check-up and make a plan to improve financial health.
If the gift-giving season is more stressful than cheerful for you, don’t panic. Get prepared! These tips can help you manage your spending this holiday season.
Using digital resources to buy products from individuals can be as easy as making online purchases from major sellers if consumers take steps to ensure financial security. Mark Kilpatrick recently offered a desk for sale in Starkville, Mississippi, and was targeted for a questionable transaction. The name of the financial app was deleted from the following conversation.
The first step to achieving financial fitness is creating a budget, but that first step can be hard to take. This step-by-step approach makes the budgeting process less intimidating.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get your finances in order, start with creating a budget. A comprehensive plan for your spending and saving benefits you now and for years to come.