Enough is enough: start stepping away from money stress

You’ve had enough. Money is stressing you out, and you swore to yourself it’s got to stop. You’re skipping one bill to pay another. You never have money left at the end of a pay period. You’re losing sleep

The good news?

You can finally become financially resilient. You can get yourself to a place where – no matter what gets thrown at you – you and your money can adapt. Here are our top 3 resources to help you build and maintain financial resilience.

And be the money-confident person you’ve always wanted to be.
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"But I don't even know where to start"

It all starts with getting honest about your current financial picture. It’s not easy to have these conversations with yourself and your family. But it’s the first step in building up your financial resiliency. Download this guide to get help with:

  • Understanding your complete financial picture
  • Adjusting your spending habits
  • Finding extra money
  • Asking for help from professionals


Because I need to take the first step in getting rid of this stress.
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She works with people struggling to pay their bills. Here's her advice.

Want to hear it straight from the person who deals with bankruptcies every day? This podcast episode is for you. Hilary Nichols, a Loss Mitigation Manager, shares her insight into:

  • Money warning signs you might be missing
  • What happens if you’re late on payments
  • Why talking to your lender is critical


I’m ready to hear it from an expert.
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"It's all this debt that's killing me!"

Almost everyone carries some form of debt. But for some of us? It feels like we can never get by.

But here’s the thing:

You can have a better relationship with debt. One that puts you in charge…making you finally feel like you’re in control of your money.

In this recorded webinar, Kim Keizer, CCUFC, dives into how you can better manage the debt you already have – setting you up for less stress and better ability to flex with financial challenges.

And don't forget to download the chart that Kim references.