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Mid-Year Money Makeover
August 2022

As you approach mid-2022 and look back at the money goals set at the beginning of the year, you may feel your gut sinking and some butterflies fluttering inside it. It's easy to fall off track and let time slip away from you. However, now is an excellent time to check in, realign your budgeting priorities, and set new ones for the remainder of the year.

Here's a tip: review your budget, savings, and credit report to get the full picture of where you're at financially. From there, check if any of your circumstances have changed, such as your employment, student status, or relationship status. Maybe you've budgeted too much for shopping, not enough for those frequent coffee runs, or slacked off on saving enough cash for future needs? This is the perfect time to reflect and adapt before the rest of the year flies by!

Want to learn about more ways to handle your money? Check out this free Get Ready for Your Mid-Year Money Check-Up article from our partners at GreenPath Financial and start planning today!


 
 
Gesa Credit Union is deeply committed to financial education in the community. Seminars are available to everyone, regardless of whether or not you are a member. Gesa also offers free financial literacy materials and onsite workshops to high schools, colleges, clubs, businesses, and other groups. There is no cost for speakers or materials and each presentation can be tailored to suit the needs of your group or organization.
 
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