Take control of your financial fitness

Real-world advice to help you develop financial skills for all stages of your life

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Getting Started

We all want to be in control of our finances. Whether you’re just beginning your financial journey with your first bank account, or you're further along and looking to build financial health in retirement — you’re in the right place. And you’re just a few minutes away from gaining the knowledge you need to feel more confident in your next money moment.

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Click any of the milestone links below to access quick tips (it only takes a couple minutes). Before you know it, you'll be on your way to making your goals a reality.

Your current financial health

Entering the working world

Financial fitness begins with your first paycheck. Learn how to create a budget.

Creating a Budget

Be prepared and feel confident

Take your first step toward building a stronger financial future with key tips about credit, debt and investing.

Think about credit and debt

Smart investing

When you know more you can make a bigger impact. Learn how to make investment decisions that can have a positive impact.

Investing basics

Plan for what's ahead

Investing in your future

You can never be too prepared for the unexpected. Check out these actionable tips to help you stay on track.

Emergency savings

Navigate life's new possibilities

Today's decisions fuel tomorrow's opportunities. Explore the steps to consider when buying a home or taking on an investment property.


Confidence in financial knowledge drives confidence in the future

A study conducted by Edward Jones shows two thirds of Americans feel confident in their overall financial wellness. However, one quarter of respondents report that they lack some confidence in their knowledge. Overall, there is an opportunity to become educated earlier and more extensively throughout communities. Many consumers shared they are most interested in learning more about investing, debt management and planning for retirement to ensure a stronger financial future. Read more about the study here..

Important information:

These financial knowledge modules are informational and not designed to be a recommendation.