What if the back-to-school season wasn’t just a time of frantic shopping and schedule juggling, but also an opportunity for a financial reset? Melissa Fradenburg discusses how this transitional period can be used as a stepping stone towards financial wellness, offering insights on re-evaluating your financial status and achieving your goals. We tackle a range of topics, from checking up on your retirement savings and credit score, to rethinking your spending habits and debt payment strategies. We also dive into the subject of open enrollment, tax withholding, and how to make the most out of your work benefits. So, if the back-to-school season has you worried about your finances, tune in for some practical advice on turning this hectic time into a path towards better financial health.

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