Living on Your Own
If you find yourself single, read Suddenly Single: A Financial Survivor Guide (PDF, 688 KB) and the following resources to help you make sound financial decisions.
Tools & Resources
- Booklet: Keep Your Single-Parent Family Financially Fit
- Calculator: Should I Reduce Debt or Increase Savings?
- FAQs: Credit Reports 101
- Financial Checklist: Surviving Spouse
- Resources: Prevent Financial Abuse
- Tips: Avoid Common Funeral Traps
- Tutorial: Your Credit Score: Why You Should Care
- Worksheet: Fritter Finder (PDF, 207 KB) NEW
- Advice for Single Parents: Take Steps to Financial Freedom NEW
- Big Budget Blind Spot: Food Shopping NEW
- Breaking Up: Planning for the Cost of Divorce
- Downsizing Offers Advantages
- Financial Files: To Hoard or Toss?
- Financial Issues of Late-Life Divorce
- Knowledge, Experience, Action Quell Women's Money Fears [EN ESPAÑOL]
- Low or No-Cost Services Help Seniors
- Make Money by Asking for It
- Managing Finances After Divorce
- Pension-Cut Fears: What You Can Do
- Single-Funded Parenting
- Women on Their Own Face Greater Financial Challenges
For personal help with establishing new accounts or your financial questions, contact CEFCU.