Rachel takes Baby Steps towards Adult Goals

Rachel takes Baby Steps towards Adult Goals

Financial change means different things to different people. For one, it may be sticking to a budget for the first time in eons; for another, it could be meeting savings objectives for a palpable goal. Whatever the reason, users all over the United States are experiencing change thanks to Change. In this series, you’ll get a glimpse of the ways Change has made an impact on the way others think about, and handle, money in their everyday lives.

Today, we bring you the answers of Rachel Colbert, a labor coordinator from Orlando, FL. She has quite a bit in common with […]

Man vs Machine PART I

Man vs Machine PART I

Can AI Calculations replace Experienced Human Advisors?

Movies tend to show a hyper-sensationalized depiction of our wildest dreams – and our deepest fears. When it comes to artificial intelligence technology, we see it as either utopic or dystopic; i.e. a tool that advances humanity and affords it to flourish or, conversely, one that will serve as the catalyst of its demise.

We all use artificial intelligence, though. It’s a fancy term for, essentially, a series of calculations that can predict what users want/need, and serve it up. It’s what powers features such as Siri and Alexa in our smartphones, laptops and other […]

Stacie Adds Up the Numbers – and Solves the Equation

Stacie Adds Up the Numbers – and Solves the Equation

Financial change means different things to different people. For one, it may be sticking to a budget for the first time in eons; for another, it could be meeting savings objectives for a palpable goal. Whatever the reason, users all over the United States are experiencing change thanks to Change. In this series, you’ll get a glimpse of the ways Change has made an impact on the way others think about, and handle, money in their everyday lives.

Today, we bring you the answers of Stacie Burmeister, an HR Solutions Account Manager from Atlanta, GA. Like many in car-dependent cities, Stacie […]

Winter is Coming: Adapting your Budget for the Holiday Season

Winter is Coming: Adapting your Budget for the Holiday Season

What does Labor Day mean to you? For some, it’s a celebration of the United States’ mighty workforce, the backbone of the economy. Others see it as the last public holiday before Christmas, for all that entails. For most, though, Labor Day symbolizes the last days of summer – giving way to shorter, cooler days with looming expenses.

Before we bum you out with winter woes, it’s important to acknowledge that summer, too, is no budgeting picnic. With vacations, heightened utility bills (A/C is life), a typically fuller social schedule, and camp tuition, all add up to a hefty bottom line […]