As temperatures warm up, trees begin budding, and the days get longer, you probably throw open your windows and think about spring cleaning your home. As you tackle washing windows, cleaning carpets, and sorting out the garage, don’t forget to consider your finances. Check out these tips to successfully spring clean your finances.
Benjamin Franklin once quoted, “Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise”—but the key to good health (and good financial health) involves far more than just getting enough sleep.1 For most people, health and finances are inextricably linked, and a deficit in one can quickly cause the other to suffer. Learn more about how your health and wellness can affect your financial situation, as well as some ways to help boost both your health and your bank account.