This external website offers many tools to help you learn and manage your finances at whatever stage you are in your life. Topics include budgeting, housing, checking accounts, credit and savings. The site offers information in several languages.
Women and survivors of abuse do not always have access to good financial information and education. This section covers topics such as budgeting, banking, and how to learn more about becoming financially savvy.
This external link offers fact sheets on your rights to privacy on financial and other issues.
There are financial education programs tailored to meet the specific needs of domestic violence survivors. These economic empowerment tools are often facilitated by advocates at local domestic violence programs. Take a look at each of the different curricula.
Using the Calculator you can look at your overall budget, see the Self Sufficiency Standard cost-of-living estimate for your family type, and learn about resources that can assist you in planning and progressing toward your financial goals.
The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), a national nonprofit organization, has many resources and publications about assets, banking, economic policy, and financial empowerment.
The Washington Asset Building Coalition works to promote policies and programs that help moderate and low-income families in Washington state build, maintain and preserve financial assets. They have links to local, state, and national financial resources on things like banking, taxes, financial education, and micro-enterprise.
To help you track your expenses and build a monthly budget.
A handy wallet-sized tool to help you track your daily spending habits. Know where your money goes!