This dimension focuses on your attitude toward money, commitment to setting monetary goals for future needs, developing sound financial habits, and effectively using tools to manage financial resources. Being financially healthy is not about how much money you make, but rather how you manage what you have.
While financial well-being is not often considered when discussing health, it can be a significant source of stress which can affect the other dimensions. Studies find that people who don’t feel in control of their finances are likely to be less healthy than those who feel “financially secure.”
A Healthier You: Money Saving Tips
After You Retire: Managing Your Expenses on a Fixed or Reduced Income
Best Strategies for Simplifying Your Financial Life
Credit Repair: Self Help May Be Best
Health Affects Retirement Income Needs
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Changes in Relationships
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Discerning the Right Time
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Family Relationships
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Living in a Smaller World
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: What am I Retiring To?
Roadmap to Saving and Investing: Make a Financial Plan
Setting Healthy Goals—Tips for Families
Thirteen Factors That Influence Clergy Health and the Five Dimensions of Well-Being
Understand Your Relationship with Money
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