Plan for Your Best Life
Developing your financial goals and determining how you'll reach them greatly enhances the probability of achieving your Best Life.
A financial plan can help you reach your long-term goals and give you a focus for your short-term goals. It can help you stop making financial decisions based on fear or want and help you determine the order of your major life steps. The more you understand and better manage your wealth, the better equipped you'll be as you pave the road towards your Best Life.
Seek the Help of a Professional
Financial plans vary from individual to individual. To manage your income and expenses effectively throughout your lifetime, consider partnering with a financial advisor, who has the experience to help you create a plan that strategically addresses your unique goals and needs.
USSFCU Financial Advisory Services
USSFCU has partnered with Fellows Financial Group to bring our members access to financial management and planning services. Fellows Financial Group is a financial services firm focused on improving the lives of individual and business clients through financial independence and carefully planned futures. Learn More >>
Financial Planning Resources
Making financial choices can be complicated. These resources will help you to make the best financial choices, so you can set yourself up to win financially by really managing your money.
Resources for Parents
What's the best planning advice for parents? There are many things to consider: tackling debt, setting up 529 accounts, health insurance, and estate planning. These resources will serve you in figuring out what to focus on first.
Small Business Planning
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