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Enjoy these brief videos outlining important financial wellness concepts. No matter what age or stage you are at in life, these ideas can make a positive impact. They are fun, educational, engaging and packed with lots of tips to assist you in taking the next steps today.

  • Finances for Kids

    Pete introduces financial skills at an early age to try to avoid difficult financial circumstances in the future.

  • Psychology of Money

    Pete discusses, based how statistics, how the majority of our decisions are based solely on emotions.

  • Savings strategy for first-time home buyer

    Pete the Planner covers things to consider when buying a home.

  • Recently graduated, now what

    Pete The Planner provides guidelines for a major transition after graduation, entering into the real world.

  • Three Types of Savings

    Pete demonstrates how to put money away for the future utilizing a “three bucket” strategy.

  • Budgeting

    Pete walks you through a standard budget and how budgeting may help you stick to your financial goals and fund your retirement plan.

  • Competing financial goals

    Pete the Planner answers Carrie's question on how to balance multiple financial goals, such as saving for college and preparing for retirement.

  • Loans and homes

    Darren asks Pete the Planner what he should consider before taking a loan from his retirement plan for a downpayment to buy a house.

  • Other financial priorities

    Pete illustrates how to implement a strategy to assist with prioritizing financial priorities.

  • Paying off debt

    Pete illustrates methods you can take for paying off your debt.

  • Save the raise

    Pete demonstrates the importance of saving your raise to reduce your dependency on your income.

  • Teaching kids about money

    Pete explains good examples to help children of all ages learn about money and how to manage it.



These interactive calculators will help you take an active role in your learning and will assist you in developing a proactive plan to achieve your goals.

  • Retirement Income

    This calculator can be used regularly to confirm that your retirement strategy is aligned with your retirement goals.

  • Economic Life Value Calculator

    Life insurance helps replace more than just your income.

  • Small changes, big savings

    Saving a small amount now can make a big difference later.



All the guides and articles here are jam-packed with ideas on how to address concerns you may have today and how to take the positive steps to improve your financial life for tomorrow. Take the time to read these short topical articles, and then take the next steps to achieve your goals!

  • Balancing Your Savings Goals

    These tips can help you balance retirement savings with your other savings goals.

  • Budgeting Basics In Four Steps

    Prepare a budget to take control of your finances is actually very empowering.

  • Set Financial Goals in Five Steps

    Keep goal-setting simple and start moving closer to your financial goals today.

  • Four Tips for Teaching Your Kids About Money

    These tips can help you educate your kids about money and make them more financially responsible adults.

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