Get smarter about your money choices with these no-cost educational resources and start on your path to wholeness.
Understanding your personal finances can be intimidating because most of us aren’t equipped with the skills needed to manage our money effectively. A lack of financial knowledge has left nearly four out of five U.S. workers living paycheck to paycheck. In fact, financial literacy is such an issue that the U.S. Treasury has recommended mandatory financial literacy courses for college students.
Financial health is an important dimension of wholeness. While developing these skills doesn’t happen overnight, it is achievable. Get smarter about your money choices with these no-cost educational resources from the Board of Pensions, and start on your path to wholeness:
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