When you have the knowledge you need to make informed decisions, you'll be able to trust that you can avoid going into debt or investing with too much risk. From there, you can create and pursue financial goals that will most support your vision for a happy life. Additional goals include the ability to navigate unexpected issues like job loss and to set and work toward financial goals.

Have A Plan

Even if you don't have a lot of disposable income to help you reach all of your financial goals, financial literacy will help you know how to prioritize them and make strides when you're able to. Financial literacy in action can look like:

  • Increasing your retirement savings rate every time you get a raise
  • Maintaining three to six months' worth of expenses in an emergency fund, and replenishing it after you've withdrawn money from the account
  • Comparing promotional periods on balance transfer credit cards so you have an extended time to pay off debt
  • Checking your credit report regularly

Achieving Financial Freedom

Achieving Financial Freedom


The Financial Blueprint provides a diverse portfolio of insurance, savings, retirement and wealth building strategies; assist us in guiding our clients to the freedom they deserve.


Personalized Services

Personalized Services


AYG support businesses of all sizes by providing financial and investment strategies that are beneficial for the employer, as well as the employee. 

Zero Cost Employee Benefits

Zero Cost Employee Benefits


Access to specialized business support services like SIMERP, a leading health and wellness platform, utilizing IRS Section 125 tax savings opportunity that has been around since 1978.

One of the central reasons to build financial literacy is to grow and protect your credit score, which is a crucial component of your financial life. With a good or excellent credit score, you can qualify for lower interest rates on loans and credit cards, credit cards with attractive and money-saving perks, and a range of offers for financial products, which gives you the chance to choose the best deal. 

When you have the knowledge you need to make informed decisions, you'll be able to trust that you can avoid going into debt or investing with too much risk. From there, you can create and pursue financial goals that will most support your vision for a happy life.

Financially literate consumers not only manage money with more confidence, but also have a better chance of handling the inevitable ups and downs of their financial lives by understanding how to prevent and manage issues as they arise.