"Attend a live webinar with a Better Money Habits ambassador to learn about Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s signature offering for on-demand, situationally-relevant financial education content for all – free to prospects, customers and communities."Understanding Credit Cards, Credit Management, and Credit Scores
Credit can help you secure a loan, buy a car and more. Get credit management tips and learn how credit affects your financial identity.
Debt is a reality for mostly everybody, but it doesn’t define your financial future. Learn how to keep debt manageable and pay it off.Saving & Budgeting
Setting budgets and building savings can help you meet financial goals. Get strategies and tips to better manage your money.
As we continue to feel the impacts of the coronavirus, these resources can help you find your way—from immediate needs to longer-term plans.Home ownership
Homeownership is a big decision, investment and responsibility. Get homebuying tips to make smart decisions before and after you buy.
"Attend a live webinar with a Better Money Habits ambassador to learn about Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s signature offering for on-demand, situationally-relevant financial education content for all – free to prospects, customers and communities."Financial independence: How to break up with your parents
Adulting isn’t always easy. Managing credit cards, paying off student debt and budgeting—all without help from mom and dad—can be overwhelming.New job? Make the most of your employee benefits
These four steps will help you get settled and get down to business.The beginner's guide to health insurance
Choosing health insurance can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time doing so.
A guide to salary, benefits and planning for your future, whether you're just starting out or planning for retirement.What's in your credit report
A credit report is a snapshot of your financial life. Lenders, employers, insurers and landlords can make decisions based on the contents of your report, and that information also determines your credit score.Your 401K 10 Things to find out
Starting a new job? Good for you! If your company offers you a 401(k) plan, you may have some important decisions to make. If you don’t know the answers to these 10 key questions, check your plan documents.Get ahead of the job market: 8 ideas to make your college tuition pay off
College is an investment—consider these tips to get hired after graduation and maximize your returns
If you’ve been thinking about how to make money doing what you love, you’re ready to explore earning supplemental income with a gig that harnesses your skills and passion.7 strategies for living on a single income
Thinking of making the transition from multiple paychecks to living on a single income? These tips can help.Credit vs. debit: What’s the difference?
Credit and debit cards may look similar, but their features and uses are very different.
"Attend a live webinar with a Better Money Habits ambassador to learn about Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s signature offering for on-demand, situationally-relevant financial education content for all – free to prospects, customers and communities."5 ways to pay off student loans faster
Consider these tactics to tackle your student debt, and save for other financial goals
Getting a handle on the central concepts of student loans as early as possible can help with borrowing choices now and the repayment process down the road.Students: How to spot 6 common scams
As a high school or college student, you have many responsibilities such as studying for exams, holding down a part-time job and handling at least some of your own finances. While you’re doing all this, con artists may also be trying to separate you from your cash.
What you can do now to boost your credit score and build the foundation for your financial futureSpotlight: Financial habits for living on your own
A guide to everything from moving into your own place to getting your financial house in order.
Attend a live webinar with a Better Money Habits ambassador to learn about Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s signature offering for on-demand, situationally-relevant financial education content for all – free to prospects, customers and communities.
What looks on paper like a no-fee or low-cost account may not actually be the one that’s best suited to your needs. Here are 10 questions to ask to help figure out if your account is right for you.8 tips for getting the most out of your checking account
These checking account features make it easier to manage your money.
Getting a debit card is a big step toward managing your own money—but with financial freedom comes responsibility. As a first-time debit card carrier, here’s what you should know.Spotlight: Financial guidance for students
Graduate to the next phase of life with help from these resources—from paying for college to budgeting, bank accounts and credit scores.
Attend a live webinar with a Better Money Habits ambassador to learn about Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s signature offering for on-demand, situationally-relevant financial education content for all – free to prospects, customers and communities.Financial checklist for transitioning military members
There can be a lot to plan for when you leave the service. Creating a checklist can help you stay organized and make sure things go as smoothly as possible.
Tax rules for civilians may seem complex after time spent in the service. Here are five things you need to know to avoid surprises.How to get the most from the GI Bill
The GI Bill and other benefits can help cover veterans’ education costs, but it takes some planning to make sure you secure the benefits that are best for you. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
No matter how old you are, putting aside money for retirement is critical to your financial future. Waiting to plan is one of the biggest mistakes people make.Spotlight page: Going from military to civilian life
Prepare for post-military life. Learn about VA home loan benefits, health care options and ways to pay down debt.
You support us, let us support you and your family. At Bank of America, we have the right tools and resources to help military personnel and veterans of all branches get closer to their financial goals. Learn more >
Start a Business CenterLooking to start a business? Get the tools, information and products you need to take on your small business journey with confidence.
Improve your ability to interact with and meet the needs of customersTax basics for small businesses
As you launch your business, you’ll develop plans for hiring, marketing and making your first sale — but taxes, often overlooked by new entrepreneurs, are equally important to consider. By not immediately tending to them, you can potentially get yourself in trouble. Plan for business taxes from day one to ensure accuracy and reduce the risk of tax penalties down the line.What is a point of sale system and how to choose one for your small business
The point of sale (POS) is where your customers pay for goods or services, but today’s POS systems are far more than just a modern cash register. Nowadays a POS system includes hardware, software and support that allows it to function as a central data hub.Know the rules before hiring your first employee
The decision to hire a full-time employee can be exhilarating or nerve-wracking. Or both.
Running a businessCash flow management basics for small businesses
Managing cash flow — how much money is going out the door versus how much is coming in — is essential for every business. It’s especially important for small businesses, which often operate on a very lean budget.Payroll service options for your small business
If your business has employees, you'll need a system to handle payroll, either in-house or externally.How to research benefit options for your employees
If you’re a business owner with even a small workforce, providing benefits beyond a salary is key to attracting desirable employees while remaining competitive. If you don’t offer benefits, be certain other employers will.Building a more resilient business
If there was one overriding lesson for small business owners over the past few years, it was to prepare for the unexpected. Staying ready to weather economic disruption and take advantage of new opportunities is not only the key to survival but also a way to help your business thrive.
Growing a businessFinancing options for small businesses
Whether you run an established small business or are just starting out, you may need outside funding to pursue new opportunities or endure a period of uncertainty. The type of financing that best suits your company will depend on how much you need and whether that need is short- or long-term.Guide: Growing a business
The skills and tools needed at the growth phase are different from the ones you learned in the startup phase. We created this guide to provide the essential information to help you take that next step in growing your business.Factors that impact loan decisions (and how to increase your approval odds)
As your business grows, you may want to pursue opportunities that require more funds than you have on hand. If you are considering applying for financing to close the gap, it is important to understand what lenders look for when evaluating a loan application.How to do market research for your business
Market research is a valuable tool that helps small business owners make decisions about new products, emerging customer needs or new markets to enter.
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