Estate Planning Basics for Everyone

Estate planning is an important part of financial planning for 99% of Americans. Many people think estate planning is just for those who are super wealthy, but that just not true. Our Financial Coaches will help you understand why everyone needs a will and a plan in place just in case they expectedly pass away or become incapacitated.

Debt Collection: Know Your Rights

Debt collection issues can be challenging and can cause significant financial stress. You don’t have to face them alone. In this course, understand how debt collection works and discover your rights.

File Your 2023 Taxes Like a Pro and Maximizing Your Refund

Filing taxes shouldn’t be overwhelming. During February, we’ll cover tax filing tips to help you confidently navigate tax day and save you time and cash along the way. Get to know filing status, eligible deductions, and strategies for minimizing tax liabilities!

Negotiating a Car Deal While Interest Rates Are Sky-High

Whether your next car purchase is next month or next year buying a car is no small matter. FinPath shares tips to help you drive off the lot with confidence and feeling like a pro. Gain a deeper understanding of the new or used car-buying process: financing options, auto loans, interest rates, negotiations, and more!

Common Homeowner Mistakes and the Impact on Daily Finances

Own a home or plan to own one in the future? Join us as we cover how to care for your investment for years to come! Discover the financial ins and outs of the home-buying process: budgeting for a down payment, understanding mortgage rates, and how to manage ongoing expenses like property taxes and homeowners insurance.

What to Know About Your Workplace Retirement Plan

Wherever your are in your journey, we’ll cover tips to help you achieve the retirement lifestyle you want. We’ll explore the importance of setting retirement goals, estimating future expenses, and help you get comfortable with your employer-sponsored retirement plan so you can make the right decisions for life after your working years.

How to Balance Finances While Caring for Elderly Parents

It’s no secret being a caregiver is a big responsibility. We’ll share essential financial steps everyone should take when caring for those they love. You’ll gain insights into budgeting for caregiving expenses, understanding the financial implications of medical care, and managing the costs associated with caregiving responsibilities.

The Anatomy of Emergency Saving Plans

How much should you save for emergencies? One month of salary? Six months? More? Well, it all depends on your unique situation. Join us as we cover the the basics of planning for unexpected emergencies and key budgeting strategies to set you up for success the day a financial shock comes your way.

Learn How Insurance Can Protect You and Your Family

Life happens and you need coverage to protect you at all stages of life. This lesson will explore the different types of insurance policies available, such as life, health, auto, home, property insurance, and others. By the end of the course, you’ll understand specific coverage each offers and make cost-effective choices that fit you best.

How Much To Save For Retirement and How to Invest

Get answers to the two most common retirement plan questions answered for you during Retirement Security Awareness Month. We’ll provide you tools and guidance on how to calculate your own retirement savings goal and go over general guidelines to help make sure you’re investing wisely for a successful retirement.

What to Know Before You Elect Medicare Coverage

November is Medicare Open Enrollment Season! Join us for key information to help you or someone you love prepare for open enrollment. With a focus on personalized healthcare planning, you’ll learn how to assess your medical needs, choose the most suitable Medicare options, and navigate the open enrollment period effectively.