With the recent passing of World Mental Health Day, which is particularly notable this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape our lives, October is a good time for a refresher on the mental health benefits you are entitled to through your health insurance policy.
One of the greatest needs right now is grace – for yourself, for your children, and for your children’s teachers and school. COVID has added unanticipated challenges requiring adaptation from all.
Envelopes are a great budgeting tool. They are a cheap, easy, and a very effective way to plan and control spending.
While the world’s attention at the moment is on the global COVID-19 pandemic, it is healthy and wise to still think about future goals. Some of you are planning to head to college, technical school, or trade school in the near future.
Welcome to the COVID-19 surprise school-at-home event. The challenges are many, but not insurmountable.
Stress is often the result of uncertainty. Because stress alone can make us sick or more susceptible to disease, it is important to take steps to reduce uncertainty by staying informed and planning ahead when possible.
College affordability and student loan forgiveness are frequent topics of public concern.
If you work for the government or a nonprofit organization, you might be eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).
It’s time for an annual check-up on your health insurance deductible!
The FAFSA is a gateway to be eligible for most scholarships and grants, even those which are not need-based. Almost all require the FAFSA, so you should still plan to complete it.