Financial Wellness Online Tools
Buxfer - Buxfer helps you see all your accounts at one place, understand where your money goes, reduce unwanted spending, and save for future goals.
ChooseToSave - Financial security is one of the most important issues for most Americans. Whether it's putting kids through college, saving for an emergency, buying a house, or saving for retirement - having enough money for life's demands is among our biggest concerns. And yet, many Americans have not taken even the first steps toward a secure financial future.
GreenPath Financial Wellness - GreenPath Financial Wellness provides access to free, one-on-one financial counseling, debt management services and financial education tools for HUECU members.
Harvard International Office Welcome Guide - the international office website provides international students with lots of resources, including this welcome guide. It was prepared to help become acclimated to living in the Boston/Cambridge area. Basics like bank accounts and credit cards to what kind of clothing you'll need are all covered here.
Harvard University Employees Credit Union - Personal Finance Videos
Harvard University Employees Credit Union - Financial Wellness Resources
Harvard University Employees Credit Union - Student Loan Handbook
Mint - Mint makes managing your personal finances a cinch. Be the master of your money so you can get more out of life.
MyFinancialLifeMA - A digital learning experience that provides money management strategies and tools that can help guide you through each stage of life. MyFinancialLifeMA.org is brought to you by Deborah B. Goldberg, Treasurer and Receiver General of Massachusetts, in collaboration with the Office of Economic Empowerment.
NerdWallet - NerdWallet makes it simple to find the best deals on credit cards, loans, insurance, mortgage rates and more.
Practical Money Skills for Life - Improve your financial future by gaining a better understanding of a broad range of personal finance topics, including creating a budget, saving for retirement, and using credit wisely.