Be better with money

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Educational resources to help you navigate your finances

Resources to help you take small, simple steps toward financial health and happiness

Our financial education content, available on the Learn platform, comes in all shapes and sizes to suit your unique needs and help you feel more confident about money. 

How it works

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Answer 10 questions on our web-based calculator and get your score in less than 5 minutes.

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Specific recommendations and case studies help you understand what you can do to get to the next level.

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Our library of educational content covers common money topics like credit and borrowing, budgeting and spending, and saving, investing, and retirement.

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Get free referrals to nonprofit or government resources in your zip code that could help you save more money.

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Making money simple

We know that financial education alone isn’t enough, you also need access to tools and solutions that will help you address the most urgent financial needs you have.
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Increased financial self-awareness

Our proprietary Financial Fitness Score calculator gives you clarity on your current financial health and what you can do to improve it.

Access to tools from best-in-breed partners

Budgeting and spending calculators from United Way, money management training modules, and more

Save money with local financial assistance

Ability to request free, personalized referrals to local nonprofit and government financial resources via partnership with SpringFour.

 

*Please Note: Salary Finance is an optional program, not a recommendation from your employer. Your employer does not benefit financially from offering this service and all your communications will be with Salary Finance directly. Salary Finance branded loans are offered by Axos Bank® Member FDIC, and are subject to eligibility, underwriting, terms and conditions, and approval. Employees who primarily work in DC, IN, NH, NJ, NY and WV are not able to make repayments via salary deduction due to state legislation, and instead will be asked to choose an alternative repayment method.