Forget about resolutions – let us help you set some goals with Money Manager!
After some well-deserved indulgence, it's now time to refocus on all that you want to do in 2020. And while we can't help knock off any of that holiday weight you might have gained, we can help you set yourself up for healthy financial goals.
Resolutions are nice, but building achievable financial goals that you can set and forget for the coming year are even better. Money Manager from Greater Texas | Aggieland Credit Union can help you stay on top of your Goals, so you'll avoid a blizzard of bills next January. You can access Money Manager 24/7 with our online banking and mobile app!
And setting goals is something you can manage all year. Use Money Manager to set savings goals for vacation, a new car, a house, a wedding, etc.
Setting goals may be the best decision you make all season! And we've made sure doing it is just as easy. People that are successful keeping their resolutions have one thing in common - they set regular, small targets that help chip away at the larger goal. Money Manager can help you do just that!
As a matter of fact, we've made sure all your financial tasks are easy in Money Manager. There are plenty of great features that Money Manager provides like monthly cash flow, spending patterns and the like.
How to Set a Goal in Money Manager
To access Money Manager, log in to our online banking or mobile app and click the Money Manager link in the menu on the left hand side under the "Manage Money" section.
Step 1: Select "Add A Goal" on the goal dashboard.
Step 2: Select your desired pay off or savings goal.
Step 3: Fill in the required information.
Step 4: Click the "Create" button to complete the process of adding a new goal.
Keep in mind, your Goal Summary at the bottom of the page will update your completion date and the amount needed per month according to your preferences in the form.
Goals will automatically update your progress and will reflect your day-to-day account balances.
That's it! It's that simple. But while you're there, why not set a few more?