Want to achieve your financial resolutions this year?
With the new year officially upon us, many of us look forward to implementing new healthy habits into our daily lives. Some of us strive to eat better and work out more, while others aim to spend more quality time with friends and family. Many people even set intentions to prioritize new money habits for the upcoming year.
According to a poll conducted by Statista.com, financial related resolutions were frequently mentioned in America’s Top New Year’s Resolutions of 2023, with saving more money showing up near the top of responses.
With financial resolutions and positive money habits on many 2023 vision boards, we wanted to make sure you’re set up for success! From learning how to start an emergency fund to understanding your credit report, we have a library of financial education resources to help guide you towards whatever money habits you wish to start implementing this year.
1. View your full financial picture with Money Management.
Want to take a deeper dive into your finances? Money Management is a budgeting tool that allows you to view all of your accounts and transactions (including accounts from external financial institutions) in one convenient place. You can break down your financial picture into different categories such as transactions, spending, budgeting, trends, debts, net worth, goals, and cash flow.
Whether your positive money habits include tracking your spending or understanding your path to becoming debt free, Money Management is sure to be a helpful aid to you and your financial resolutions.
2. Discover how to use our digital banking features with Digital Academy.
Did you make a resolution to go digital this year? Implementing digital banking basics into your life is not only convenient for those on the go, it can also make managing and understanding your finances easier. Our Digital Academy offers quick tutorials to learn how to use some of our most popular digital banking services. Learn how to enroll in eStatements, make a mobile deposit, set up withdrawal alerts, and much more.
3. Complete bite-sized financial literacy lessons with Zogo.
Want to get rewarded for learning about finances? Our gamified financial literacy app, Zogo, rewards you for completing bite-sized financial literacy lessons on intelligently saving, spending, investing, and managing your money. With over 400 modules to choose from, the opportunity to learn and earn is endless. With Zogo, you’ll be implementing your new money habits in no time — all while having some fun!
We’re confident that our financial education resources will help you create new money habits and achieve your financial resolutions this year. From our learning modules on Zogo to our demo videos on Digital Academy, your money goals and aspirations are certainly within reach in 2023.