Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy Month. Knowledge is Power…

Seven out of ten American workers say financial stress is their most common cause of stress. Financial pressures can impact productivity, engagement, absence rates, retention and even employee health.  We aim to shine a spotlight on the impact of financial stress and provide tools for you to get a handle on financial information and the associated stress.  Please visit our Financial Wellness Page for more information and tools useful year-round.


Look:

TED Radio:  
The Money Paradox How does money motivate, trick, satisfy and disappoint us?


Listen:

How to Successfully Manage your Money Podcast Series:
This ‘How To’ podcast series covers topics that will help you become better at managing your money, including: credit, debt, bankruptcy and homeownership. 


Learn:

  • Financial Success: Travis Credit Union and Yolo County Library Financial Literacy Series
    April 11, 6:00 pm
    Location: Stephens Branch Library, Davis
    From developing a spending plan that works to setting goals and weighing insurance needs, this presentation covers the core concepts necessary to develop and maintain personal financial control. 
  • Third Path Institute: Money and Integration—Balancing All our Needs (Webinar)
    April 12, 10:00-11:00
    Matt Becker, founder of Mom and Dad Money will join Third Path to talk about how we can redesign work, family, and our financial choices to help us better follow our dreams.
  • Your Credit Report & Credit Score Webinar from MoneyManagement.org
    April 12, 11:00-12:00
    Get tools and information to understand your personal credit report and what factors determine your score.  
    More information and Registration
  • WorkLife and Wellness: Take Care of Your Finances and Yourself
    April 12, 12:00-1:00
    Location: Student Community Center, Multi-Purpose Room
    Personal finance can be challenging. Most of us were not taught how to manage our money, and so feel uncertain how to get started. Join us for this discussion of what to do in order to take care of your own finances, whether that be dealing with debt, living within your income, saving for the future or planning for retirement.
  • WorkLife and Wellness:  Create A Budget, Ditch your Debt, and Start Building for the Future
    April 17, 2018
    Time: 12:00-1:00
    Location: Student Community Center, Meeting Room D
    What you need to know about budgeting, debt and making room for saving.