Category: Your Money

Tips for tidying up your finances

As we near the middle of the year, it’s a good time to review your financial goals and make any necessary adjustments.

Get year-round tuition assistance through the Employee Education program

UF’s Employee Education Program, or EEP, is a UF-funded benefit designed to provide full-time TEAMS, Academic Personnel and USPS employees with tuition assistance.

Explore ways you can save for the future

Interested in learning more about how to maximize your savings? Check out the following opportunities.

Sharpen your personal finance skills

Join UFHR Wellness for three workshops designed to improve your financial literacy and equip you with the tools needed to develop healthier financial habits.

Adjusting your finances for changing times

With household expenses on the rise, now is a good time to review your budget and, if needed, make necessary changes.

Need guidance on buying your first home?

The City of Gainesville’s Homebuyer Education Workshop provides attendees information about the homebuying process.

Take time to improve your financial literacy

Improving your financial literacy can help create a sense of stability that ultimately leads to a healthier lifestyle.

Explore available resources and steps to consider to enhance your financial literacy.

Need help filing your taxes?

The 2021 tax filing deadline is April 18. In Gainesville, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program and AARP Tax-Aide Alachua County are currently offering free tax preparation services to individuals in need of assistance. In addition, the Alachua County Library District provides resources on its website to help you file your taxes.

The Employee Assistance Program’s financial experts can also answer questions about your taxes and provide other financial guidance.

Free tax preparation available in select Gainesville locations

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to taxpayers who need assistance.

It’s tax time — Be on the lookout for W-2 and 1095 forms

By now you should be able to access your W-2 form in myUFL or the ONE.UF application, or you should soon be receiving it in the mail if you did not give consent to access it electronically.

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