Financial Health


Financial Health

How to prevent elder fraud and financial abuse

Stay informed about scams and fraud to protect yourself and loved ones. A Wells Fargo Advisors gerontologist offers these expert tips for caregivers, family, and friends.


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Real career advice from real financial advisors

From personal finance to networking to philanthropy, here are five tips to help you get ahead at work and in life.


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7 smart things to do with your summer job and side hustle money

It’s your money. You earned it. Here’s how to spend it.


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Better banking is coming to a Wells Fargo branch near you

Wells Fargo is evolving the in-person banking experience to help you meet your financial goals. Here’s how branches are changing across the country.


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Your 2024 monthly money planner

Whether you’re coming across this page on New Year’s Day or during the holidays or anytime in between, you’ll find small steps to do each month — or any time — so you’ll know how to save money and reach your goals.


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Scam-spotters share red flags

How good are you at spotting fakes? Scams can be difficult to detect, but here are some clues to watch for that can help you avoid becoming a victim of fraud.


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No, the IRS isn’t texting you, and other things to know about tax fraud and scams

Tax time is historically a prime opportunity for sneaky scammers. Jennifer Hessing, a fraud analytics director at Wells Fargo, shares these red flags to help you outsmart the latest tax fraud schemes.


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Easy ways to prevent check fraud and scams

Although check crimes are on the rise, you have the power to avoid becoming a victim, starting with your pen. Joe Bernardo, Wells Fargo head of Fraud & Claims Operations, shares tips.


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How to avoid holiday scams this shopping season

Don’t let cybercrime diminish your holiday cheer. Learn about cyber scams to look out for during the shopping season, how you can avoid them, and what to do if you’ve become a victim.


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9 ways to pay less taxes, now and throughout the year

Credits, deductions, and even saving and giving can help you reduce your taxable income before taxes are due and maximize your take-home pay.


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3 things to know to protect yourself from cybercrime

Roughly one-third of Americans have become victims of cybercrime. Worried about your own risk of online financial fraud? Here are easy steps you can take to defend yourself.


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3 things to do about your student loan right now

New federal programs, paired with strategic budgeting, can give borrowers a fresh start at loan repayment.


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How the 100 Black Men of America empowers youths by investing in their future

Young people are learning lifelong financial skills and how to build wealth via the stock market as part of a Wells Fargo Junior Investment program that pairs students with mentors from the 100 Black Men of America.


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4 big questions to ask your financial advisor right now

With all that’s happening in the world — from geopolitical tensions and inflation to tech innovations — even seasoned investors may be asking, what should I be doing?


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4 options for homebuyers and owners that could save you thousands of dollars

Whether you’re buying a house or need a hand to stay in your home, you might be eligible for one or more assistance programs.


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Four smart moves to help maximize your tax refund in 2024

Sandy McPeak, senior financial advisor at Wells Fargo Advisors, shares four strategies for putting your tax return to work for you.


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Four plays for improving your financial health

Wells Fargo hosted a financial literacy breakfast with Our Money Matters at the CIAA Tournament in Baltimore last month.


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Brewing better lives through coffee

Westrock Coffee CEO and Co-founder Scott Ford offers a fair wage to millions of farmers globally, and training to thousands of smallholder farmers, with support and financing from Wells Fargo.


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Program helps Native Americans buy a home, enhance financial acumen

Nika Saunders, a U.S. National Guardsman and mother of three, purchased her first home in Anchorage, Alaska, thanks to support from the Cook Inlet Lending Center and Wells Fargo.


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How to tell if your sweet talker is a scam artist

Romance scams are on the rise, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Here’s how a Wells Fargo team spotted red flags — and how you can, too.


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New investments to back Black-owned banking

Wells Fargo is working with minority depository institutions to help financially empower Black communities.


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6 smart money tips for college-bound students

Most young adults say they’re anxious about money. These financial tips and resources could help you lighten the load.

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