As financial coaching programs continue to develop across the country, the Miss April continues to work with partners to advance the field and ultimately help people reach their financial goals and improve their lives.
In “Tia Isa Wants a
Car,” find out why Tia Isa (Aunt Isa) wants a car, and how her niece helps her
by earning money to help buy the car.
This summer, we challenge you to try one thing that will help you start financial conversations with your child.
Employers and HR professionals are growing more aware of the ways stress over money affects people in the workplace. Here are some resources to help organizations implement a workplace-based financial wellness program.
In “Those Shoes,”
find out what happens when Jeremy turns down the boots his grandmother planned
to buy him, and buys himself sneakers like all the other kids are wearing.
When you work with people to help them achieve their financial goals—and their life goals—it helps to feel confident in your approach. These five principles can help guide you.
Millions of young adults will get their first job this summer. This is a great time to develop healthy financial habits than can help them use their money in ways that are important to them and help them plan for their futures.
More than 31 million people will reach retirement age in the next 20 years. Because most people keep their retirement savings in accounts they manage themselves, like IRAs and 401(k)s, they face a range of complex and important decisions.
In “The Rag Coat,” Minna’s whole community comes together to make her a new coat for the winter. She tells her classmates at school the stories behind the fabric scraps that make up the coat.
Spring cleaning isn’t just for decluttering your home —you can also take advantage of the changing seasons to clean up your finances.