|As the eagerly awaited holiday season gets underway, the end of the year is a great time to get a financial health checkup to make sure your finances are on track.|
With regular checkups, you can fix small problems before they become big issues.
This year-end, keeping financially healthy is especially important due to many economic uncertainties related to inflation, inventory shortages, as well as the expiration of COVID relief programs put in place more than a year ago to help people manage through the pandemic.
Your Financial Health Check Up
Like a physical health checkup, a financial checkup examines your vital signs to be sure all is well when it comes to your financial health and wellness.
Do you have an emergency savings account? How do your credit card balances look? Are you tracking monthly income and expenses? What does your credit score and history look like? These are a few of the vitals reviewed during an end-of-year financial checkup.
From an overall budget review to managing credit card debt, the caring, NFCC-certified counselors at GreenPath will conduct a full review of your current financial fitness and provide recommended next steps for improving your financial health.
A financial checkup guides you to:
Your Checkup Starts Here
Your financial fitness is key to a healthy New Year.
GreenPath’s caring, certified counselors are committed to easing financial stress and worry through access to clear information.
Connect with GreenPath for your checkup to gain confidence over your money choices during a time of inflation or shortages.
This article is shared by our partners at GreenPath Financial Wellness, a trusted national non-profit.