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Wheel of Wellness
February 2013

Finances

Ponderable Quotes

“The first wealth is health.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.” –Benjamin Franklin

Read 5 Chapters & Put Your Knowledge to the Test

Dedicating time to financial planning can help you protect the assets you have now and increase your wealth in the future.

CLICK to access 5 free chapters online that covers the basic elements of financial planning, including:

  • Examining Your Current Financial Situation and Setting Goals
  • Investing
  • Tax Planning
  • Insurance and Estate Planning
  • Choosing a Financial Advisor
Gain access to free downloadable tools and a quiz to help you apply your new financial knowledge!


Watch a 6 Minute Video on what a Financial Planner Does


CLICK to see how a financial advisor can help you navigate the new economy.


Read a SEAP Article

CLICK to read “Outlasting the Economic Downturn—Cut Your Costs to Trim the Stress.”

Read about how financial stress can impact your physical and emotional health.  This article provides tips for managing financial stress and cutting your household costs


More Financial Tips and Tools

CLICK to learn 100 easy tips for saving money

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to learn the 23 lessons that will help you gain control of your financial life



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Did you Know? ...SEAP can help with Financial or Legal Concerns

CLICKto learn more. Access Code: Pennsylvania

The State System participates in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's employee assistance program. United Behavioral Health has been chosen as the administrator for this program. State System employees and their family members are eligible to receive up to three free confidential counseling sessions to evaluate concerns and determine the best referral. Help is available for, but not limited to, many of the following issues:

  • Stress
  • Job Burnout
  • Depression
  • Work-Related Problems
  • Eating Disorders
  • Financial or Legal Concerns
  • Anxiety
  • Death and Dying
  • Parent-Child Conflict
  • Relationship Problems