Families & Health

Family Finance

These are tough financial times for many West Virginians. Knowing when to spend, how to save and what your rights are as a consumer can help put your mind and wallet at ease. Let our financial expert help guide you to become fiscally responsible and well-educated when it comes to money.

Financial management tips for new graduates

graduate After graduating from high school or college and thinking about the future, grads have the opportunity to start out in the next phase of their lives in a much better financial condition than many Americans. Learn how new grads can start out on the right financial path...

Avoid holiday debt

gift With the holidays approaching and the economy struggling, it’s more critical than ever for you to budget your money, monitor your spending and avoid credit card debt. Learn more about holiday budgeting…


Layaway

Layaway can be a good option if you use it carefully, according to Ron Hatfield, former West Virginia University Extension assistant professor and family financial management specialist. Learn more about using layaway wisely…