Master Your Money and Finances

People don’t like to discuss money — whatsoever. Salaries, retirement and savings are all comparatively taboo themes. However, the one person you ought to be speaking about your financing is your self. Yes, you are the key to your own financial wellbeing. The problem is, it’s not always simple to be fair.

You are not alone
Over 57% of Americans lack fiscal wellbeing, according to the Center for Financial Services Innovation. At A Single Nevada, we carry your fiscal health severely. We would like to see you succeed by paying less, saving more, borrowing smart and moving beforehand.

Pump up your fiscal fitness
Instead of feeding you a few hints written by wealthy Wall Street bigshots, we’re sharing free, straightforward info, applications, and solutions including our fiscal exercise plan, our free credit score and tracking service along with Keeptrack®, our online fiscal tracking tool where you can manage all of your accounts in one location.

Below is a summary of four topics we’ll discuss during fiscal literacy month that lots of families need financial help with. We’ll post suggestions, links, videos and specialist contacts every week.

Step #1: Spend less than you earn
Learn to pay all your bills in time and find extra money in the end of the month.
Watch with this blog on Monday April 2, 2018.

Step #2: Save for today, tomorrow, and years beforehand
Discover how saving a little every month may protect you from life’s unexpected expenses.
Watch with this blog on Monday April 9, 2018.

Step #3: Borrow smart
Learn to deal with your debt and your credit to get a brighter financial future.
Watch with this blog on Monday April 16, 2018.

Step #4: Plan ahead for your
Discover how family budgets, insurance plans, and automatic savings create good things happen.
Watch with this blog on Monday April 23, 2018.

Want to speak to a One Nevada man about your money? Contact us or discontinue by any branch.