Bills.com Financial Health Blog

Get a new perspective on Financial Health Topics.

Why Financial Health is Important

How many financial decisions do you make a day? You probably spend money most days. How to spend your money is just one recurring choice that affects your financial health.

Other common financial decisions include:

  • Choosing the best way to pay off debt
  • How to qualify for a mortgage
  • Understanding the steps it takes to buy a home
  • Finding the best way to pay for your a college education for kids (or for yourself)
  • Making the right financial choices while in college
  • Taking the right steps to improve your credit score

If you are facing any of these issues, Bills.com provides tools, tips, and information so you can understand the different solutions available, and make the right choice for your situation.  

Another way to learn is to read about the experiences of people working on the same financial issues you are. Our financial health blog is a forum with real people's experiences. You can learn how they tackled common financial problems from what they share. It's also where you can share the lessons you learned.

Cents in the City Blog

Cents in the City is a special blog written by Bills.com Scholarship winner, Maya Blumenthal.

Here is what Maya says about her blog:

"Hey, I’m Maya. This is my first blog. I live in New York City, where I’m a student at Columbia University. When I moved here last fall as a freshman, I expected a whole range of new experiences but hadn’t thought so much about managing my money and all the different ways I am challenged to make smart financial choices.

So, with this blog, I am going to share my thoughts and experiences about the life of a college student in a big city, and the ways that money and finance come into play".

Paying For College Blog

Paying for college is a significant concern form many households. Student loan debt is over $1.4 trillion. Not only do students need to worry about tuition, but they also need to find money for other college costs including room and board, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses.

Bills.com's "Paying for College" Blog shares with you stories, interviews, and essays about how different people, from high school seniors to single family mothers struggling to work and put themselves through college.

Do you have a story to share? Click the Chat button below and get in touch with us.

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