Financial wellness is understanding the importance of sustaining ourselves financially for the short and long term.
What Are Signs of Financial Wellness?
- Learning how to manage your money and establishing a personal budget.
- Not living beyond your means.
- Learning to not let money be the driving force of your life.
- Donate some of your money, if possible, to a cause you believe in.
- Make a plan to pay back your student loans.
- Not getting into credit card debt. Try to pay off the entire balance each month to avoid interest.
- Thinking long term - set up a savings account.
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