Julep Can Help You Achieve Your Financial Goals and Improve Your Money Mindset

You don’t have to go at it alone when it comes to your finances. Julep offers judgment-free support every step of the way with financial literacy education and easy-to-use financial tools and metrics in the Julep app.

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Train Your Brain To Spend Smarter

Read our educational content online and complete short, digestible lessons and daily activities in the app that integrate principles of financial psychology to help you understand your money mindset.

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Understand Your Financial Behaviors

You should be in control of your money— not the other way around. In the Julep app, we’ll help you see where your money is going – and help you understand why – so you can spend less, save more, and invest smarter.

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Unlearn Toxic Money Habits

Julep helps you learn healthy money habits. Get personalized tips for improving your financial situation, track your financial progress, and see results in real-time.

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Make Small Changes. Achieve Big Goals. 

Feeling lost when it comes to your financial health? You’re not alone. Re-framing your approach toward money is easier said than done, but Julep’s psychology-based approach makes it possible. By understanding what drives your financial behaviors, you can better control them. Julep provides you with the insight and support you need to make smart, informed decisions about your money. 

Get the Financial Insight You Need

Make better, more informed financial decisions with the Julep app

Julep makes it easy for you to understand where your money is going. And more importantly, why it’s going. With our short, educational activities and financial tools, you’ll be on your way to taking control of your finances in no time. When our app is live, you’ll be able to get personalized learning paths based on your specific financial situation. Julep is committed to helping you achieve your financial wellness goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is financial psychology?

Financial psychology is a relatively new field that applies psychological principles to financial decision-making. Essentially, financial psychology aims to help people make sound financial decisions to improve their overall financial wellness. 

Financial psychologists research key topics, including money attitudes, risk tolerance, investment behavior, and debt management. Financial psychologists also study how emotions like fear and envy can impact financial decision-making. 

By understanding the psychological factors that influence financial decision-making, financial psychologists can help people make smarter choices about their money.

What makes the Juelp app different from other financial wellness apps?

By providing vital financial metrics to give people insight into their big financial picture, earlier versions of financial wellness apps offered invaluable insights to users. And that’s where the value of the apps ended. Until now.

Our daily lessons and activities teach you financial literacy with a psychology-backed approach. So rather than showing you the challenges with your financial situation, we help you resolve the problems that got you there in the first place.

How does understanding psychology help improve financial wellness?

For example, do you tend to spend when you’re feeling down? Or do you have trouble sticking to a grocery budget? Once you know your triggers and weaknesses, you can start to make life-changing adjustments. Over time, Julep can help you develop a personalized plan to get out of debt and build healthier financial habits. 

By understanding what drives your financial behaviors, you can better control them. Julep provides you with the insight and support you need to achieve significant financial goals.

Why does financial wellness matter?

Financial stress is real, and it can severely impact our physical and mental health. We all know that feeling —that tightening in your chest when you open your credit card statement and see the balance is higher than you expected. The pit in your stomach when your car needs repairs, and you don’t have the cash to cover it. 

Financial stress has been linked to everything from anxiety and depression to heart disease and high blood pressure. And it’s not just adults who are affected – children can also suffer from the effects of financial stress. By tending to your financial well-being, you’re also improving your quality of life.