Budgeting & Financial Wellness

Financial wellness encourages various behaviors such as creating a budget and proposes habits which will increase your net worth.

The J-Curve – How Today’s Financial Decisions Define Tomorrow’s Success

A central theme to WELLth’s culture is our focus on making small, positive changes to better financial futures.  These small changes, like using a credit card with a rewards program instead of a debit card, add up over a long time period to make a significantly positive difference in your overall net worth.  This post

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The Long-Term Cost of Dining Out – Money Versus Time

Visual Capitalist completed a study in 2019 on the spending habits of Americans by income group.  Unsurprisingly, the average American household spent close to 5.3% of their take-home income, or $3,365 per year, on dining at venues outside the home, take-out, and fast food. Out of the $7,728 spent on food, 43.5% of that was

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