Financial Wellness

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Description

Create financial literacy and financial health-related education at USC


Goals

  1. Provide accessible financial wellness resources to USC faculty and staff
  2. Offer educational strategies to support and increase financial literacy

Events

Financial Wellness 101: Budgeting and Debt Management

Take control of your finances by getting budgeting resources, tips, and techniques during this hybrid Zoom and in-person event, brought to you by the USC Healthy Campus Financial Wellness subcommittee.

Retirement Planning Week

Starting Monday, Feb. 26, USC is offering a week of retirement planning workshops where you can learn more about your options to prepare for a successful retirement and set yourself up for the future. Get the full schedule on the Employee Gateway.


Resources

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Glossary

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency created by Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system. Their glossary defines common financial terms, and more thorough descriptions can be found at usa.gov.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Glossary

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a U.S. government agency dedicated to making sure you are treated fairly by banks, lenders, and other financial institutions. Their financial terms glossary may be useful for introducing financial literacy to youth or those starting in their financial journeys.


Co-leads

Janna Wong
Senior Lecturer, Business Communication,
USC Marshall School of Business

Peter Cardon
Professor of Clinical Business Communication,
USC Marshall School of Business


Contact

Have questions or want to get involved? Reach out to us through our Contact Us page or email workwell@usc.edu.