New Jersey Financial Wellness Website

New Jersey recently launched a free website called NJ FinLit.  This site is sponsored by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury and contains interactive tools, videos and articles which can be used to understand and manage your financial resources. 

While there are many resources on the internet with regard to financial wellness, you must be cautious as some of the sites could prompt you to enter personal information which could hack your identity and access your assets. 

In a quick preview of the site, I found:

  • An assessment of finances and recommended tools, content and how to achieve your goals.
  • Tools to help you discover your financial personality.
  • Tools to help you strengthen your financial skills.

The website has quick reads (5 minutes or less) on various areas of financial wellness.  You can even take online courses to increase your knowledge or help you strengthen your financial wellness.  A couple of the topics include buying or leasing a car, higher education costs and assistance. There are also financial tools that you can use to help you with decision making in various financial areas.

In an age of a higher cost of living, recovering from the pandemic, the supply chain challenges, why not take advantage of a FREE resource to help you improve your financial status, assist in decision making, and just get a better grasp on financial wellness. 

The website is 


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About the Author

Kay Sowa is a paralegal in the Trusts and Estates Group at Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. She is an IRS Enrolled Agent, an Accredited Estate Planner®, and a Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor. She oversees the trust and estate administration practice for the firm. She is an accomplished author and lecturer who has frequently spoken on behalf of a number of organizations including the National Business Institute and the Institute of Paralegal Education.

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