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Financial Well-Being

Financial well-being is defined as a state of being where an individual can fully meet current and ongoing financial obligations, feel secure in their financial future, and is able to make choices that allow enjoyment of life. Financial well-being can be experienced regardless of income. (http://consumerfinance.gov)

The following programs & services, resources, reading materials and discounts can help you achieve and sustain financial well-being goals. They can also promote a better understanding of your personal finances, describe the benefits of having a long-term financial plan tailored to your individual needs and goals, and support your ability to adapt to financial changes. These resources are available for Northwestern faculty and staff, and eligible family members as part of the YourLife wellness program.

Note: Eligibility for some of these may be limited.

Programs & Services

Resources

Reading Materials

Discounts

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