Time for a financial health checkup?
Provided by Business Psychology Associates
Idaho's Employee Assistance Program provider
Take a good look at yourself. Are you out of shape – financially?
Credit card debt, poor budgeting or no long-term retirement plan can all be indicators that you need to make a commitment to financial fitness.
A financial fitness regimen is best when it is started early, but you can always make positive changes to your fitness level. Whether you’re interested in developing a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, understanding and improving your credit report, buying a home, or planning for your financial future, you should focus on the benefits of aligning income with expenses. Get started by requesting a free annual credit report at www.annualcreditreport.com.
You can also call your EAP and speak with someone who can provide you with referrals to credit consolidation organizations, financial experts and community resources, many available at no charge to you. Getting back into financial shape will help to relieve daily stressors that may interfere with your relationships, your health and your productivity at work.
For additional information or assistance, please contact your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or consult a mental health professional.