Learn the financial basics you may need to manage your finances with confidence, from the fundamental concepts of bank accounts and credit to setting financial goals.
of college students grade themselves a “C” or below in managing their money. Learn more about college student's financial knowledge and perceptions in the 2015 U.S. Bank Students and Personal Finance Study.
2015 U.S. Bank Students and Personal Finance Study
of people have less than $100 in savings to cover an emergency.
Source: CNN Money
Are you prepared for whatever life throws at you? Learn how to start a budget and establish an emergency fund or simply learn about various savings options available.
an average of 14.2% of family income went toward debt payments, though 13.8% of families had 40% or more of their income going toward debt payments.
Maintaining good credit and knowing how to recover from a financial setback are key skill sets to secure future financial flexibility—credit affects various aspects of your life from applying for a job or renting an apartment, to financing a car or house.
Buying and maintaining a home can be daunting, whether you’re buying your first home, refinancing, taking a home equity loan to make some improvements, trading up to your dream home or just looking for something different.
The average percent saved when buying a home versus renting.
Nearly 42% of people still paying off student loans are between the ages of 30 and 50.
Source: American Student Assistance
Spend your college search deciding what school is best for you, not stressing over how to pay for it, by learning options to make educated decisions about loans and education funding alternatives.
Work toward the peace of mind you deserve to help you spend your "golden years" enjoying the retirement of your dreams--no matter how near or far away retirement is for you.
of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement.
Source: CNN Money News 2013