Financial - How Can EAP Help?
If you or your family are experiencing financial difficulties, the EAP will help you to assess how to best resolve these problems. The EAP can recommend resources that include internal services, debt management organizations, and state agencies providing financial assistance. EAP clients can benefit from credit counseling, debt and budgeting assistance, tax planning, retirement and college planning questions.
Where does your money go?
The first step in developing a plan to solve financial problems is to get a better picture of how you are spending money now, and where there might be room to spend less. Even though you are doing your best to cope with financial demands, creating an accurate account of where your money goes may surprise you. The non-profit National Endowment for Financial Education has created SmartAboutMoney.org where you will find helpful tools for keeping track of your expenses and plugging spending leaks.
The articles and resources below can help families with money saving tips, managing budgets, credit and other financial information.
10 Things Not to Do and 10 Things to Do
Assistance With Flood Damage
Building Personal Wealth
Choosing a Financial Planner
College Financing and Loan Repayment
Consumer Tips for Repaying Holiday Debt
Easing New Moms' Money Woes
Family Income Loss
Financial Mindfulness for the New Year
Financial Resources and Related Websites
Financial Resources for Pet Owners
First Time Home Buying
Fuel Assistance Resources
Improving Your Financial Wellness in the New Year
January is Financial Fitness Month
Managing Your Stress in Tough Economic Times
Money Management Tips
National Diaper Bank Network
Save and Invest
Smart About Money
Winter Heating Help
For more information or to discuss financial concerns please contact Partners Employee Assistance Program at 1-866-724-4EAP.
In case of emergency please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
This content was last modified on: 05/14/2019