SafetyNet is proud to offer free financial tools and resources to help you manage financial stress, get ahead and start saving money.

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Layoff Survival Guide- Free ebook from SafetyNet


No one likes thinking about layoffs. But unfortunately, layoffs are a reality for thousands of hardworking Americans, even when the economy is strong. Our complete Layoff Survival Guide walks you through everything from being able to anticipate a layoff to applying for unemployment to making ends meet between jobs. We hope this layoff ebook helps you not only survive a layoff, but thrive. 


Do you need a helping hand? There are thousands of organizations in the United States dedicated to helping people in need of a helping hand. SpringFour has created a list of government agencies and non-profit organizations that may help you find a job, pay less for heat, electricity, gas, and water, save money on food or childcare, or get access to free or low-cost healthcare, including mental health services.

Budgeting 101 Free eBook


Saving money and getting ahead isn’t easy, but it is possible. In our Budgeting 101 ebook, we will explore various budgeting concepts and give you tips to manage your financial stress and start saving now. Even if you start small with just the loose change in your pocket—the most important thing is that you start. Download our ebook as your first step to financial freedom.

free budget excel spreadsheet template


This Excel spreadsheet is self-adding, customizable and beautifully designed to make budgeting fun and easy! Budgeting doesn’t have to be painful. Just download our simple budgeting template to give you ideas for monthly expenses to make sure you are accounting for all your bills. Input your income and expenses to come up with a monthly budget and start saving money today!

personal financial statement worksheet


This free personal finance worksheet will help you calculate your net worth. Figure out your assets, your liabilities and use that knowledge to determine if you are ready for a big purchase such as a home or new car. A personal finance worksheet is like a crystal ball for your financial future.

Are You Good With Money? Quiz

Free Quiz: Are You Good With Money?

You don’t have to have a finance degree to be good at managing your money. No matter what your income, you can be “good with money” just by having healthy saving and spending habits and putting some thought and effort into your personal finances. With that said, take our money quiz below to see how good you are with money. Answer the questions below with the response closest to your behavior.