As we observe the 27th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we are announcing a new financial empowerment tool for people with disabilities. Our companion guide contains information and tips based on insights from people with disabilities and organizations that serve the disability community.
Whether you’re helping people get a job, find a place to live, or deal with a legal problem, money always comes up. Your Money, Your Goals can help your staff and volunteers start the conversation. We’re looking for 40 organizations to work with us in 2018 to bring Your Money, Your Goals to the people you serve.
If you are a tax preparer, we’ve got tips you can use to help people save and build assets during tax time
If you work directly with people who are living paycheck to paycheck, tax time is a good opportunity to encourage saving.
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.
These organizations that will integrate financial empowerment into their existing services for consumers with disabilities.
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.
We want to raise awareness on ways you can help people in your community become credit visible in a positive way.
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.