Check out these money management resources to put you to improve or maintain your financial footprint.
Learn about leasing a car and see if it might be right for you.
Make small changes in your daily life to help you reduce your spending and increase savings.
Learn about economic and financial concepts through videos, online courses, and interactive elements. You can also learn about the Federal Reserve Systems purposes and functions and learn more about money and banking.
Learn how to manage your money and download a tool to check your financial fitness.
Annually held in April, Money Smart Week offers programs to help individuals learn how to better manage their personal finances.
NFCC member agencies provide a variety of free and affordable services including credit/debt counseling, student loan counseling and more. Visit the NFCC to find a certified consumer credit
counselor, either locally or online.
Use these tools to help calculate your financial budgets and other money-related decisions.
PowerPay provides tools to develop a personalized, self-directed debt elimination plan, including an easy-to-use calculator for paying down debt. Utah State University Extension provides this debt-management tool at no cost to consumers. It’s also available as a mobile app via iTunes.
Learn the steps to take to stop living paycheck to paycheck, and to take control of managing your money.