April is Financial Literacy and Stress Awareness Month

Financial problems can be some of the most stressful in life, and research shows that chronic stress can lead to poorer health.

Get a handle on your finances with help from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which has answers to some of the most common money questions about things like auto loans, choosing a bank or credit card, debt collection, and more.

Thoughtful stressed young man with a mess in his head

The Department of Health and Human Service’s Federal Occupational Health division has tips and strategies for identifying and letting go of stress so you can be healthier in mind, body, and spirit.

You can also get tips for stress-busting foods, exercises to help lower your morning stress, and find additional resources in FEEA’s #FEDLifeHacks pages for Health & Wellness and Financial Wellness.