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Managing Your Money Checklists & Resources 

Where ever you are in life, there are practical resources to help tune-up or gain control of your financial life!  Select a checklist below and learn about your money challenges and opportunities, set goals, and find resources. Before you know it you will be on your way to a more secure financial future!

Real women - Real challenges - Real resources  



Get Control of Your Budget


10-Steps to Tune-Up Your Financial Life


Protecting Against Identity Theft






Become a
Savvy Saver!


Retirement Planning


Saving on a Lower Income






Tools and Resources



 Life Event Checklists
Summit Credit Union


 Financial Security Index
Fun & Easy! Center for Financial Security






Saving & Investing




Reducing Expenses






Government Resources 






Money Savvy Finacial Tips for Women (Brochure)
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Printable resource!

When you answer all the questions in a checklist you will get a printable summary of the helpful information from each question, plus any notes or goals of your own that you entered, to help you build a more secure financial future.


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More Fun Ways to Improve Your Financial Knowledge!

Can vampires make you a better investor?
Can dodging voracious bunnies improve your money skills?

Online Games for adults that aim to improve personal financial skills, self-confidence, and knowledge.
Free but may require registration 
from Dooreways to Dreams (D2D) Fund &
as featured in the Wall Street Journal (11/8/13)

Take the Quiz! Test Your Financial Knowledge and Compare it to others in Wisconsin and Nationally
5 questions from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation


Women's Financial Fluency Expert Group: Mary Jo Baas (Women's Council Chair), Ellen Bernards (Greenpath Debt Solutions), Jayne Black (Women & Retirement Expert), Nicole Bowman (Bowman Performance Consulting & WWC Board), Mary Chandler (BMO Harris Bank), Amy Crowe (Summit Credit Union), Amber Miller (WWBIC), Karen Katz (EO Johnson Office Technologies & WWC Board), Julie Larson (YWCA Madison), Erin Olson (CAP Services, Inc.), and Ginny Schroeder (Goodwill Industries North Central Wisconsin).  Jessie Steinhauer, Project Assistant, Women's Council.


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February 27 - March 4, 2017


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