How to Talk to Your Teenager About Money

How to Talk to Your Teenager About Money

Teenagers are at an important stage in life. They are no longer children, nor are they necessarily adults. The teen years are an important time to begin providing adult advice, and one of the most important subjects to discuss with these future adults is money....

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Seven Money Mistakes Parents Make And How To Avoid Them

Seven Money Mistakes Parents Make And How To Avoid Them

Parents have to make many decisions in their life and many of those involve money. Here are seven money mistakes that parents have been known to make: Delaying College Savings The cost of tuition at many colleges has continued to increase in the past few years. If...

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Managing Money for Millennials

Managing Money for Millennials

When it comes to managing your finances, it’s important to have a plan. According to a recent study from US Bank, however, thirty-six percent of millenials are just “winging it” when it comes to their personal finances. Don’t fall into this trap. The following steps...

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Spring Cleaning? Don’t Forget to Dust Off Your Finances

Spring Cleaning? Don’t Forget to Dust Off Your Finances

Spring is known for being a season of reevaluation and new growth. However, this isn’t just a time to watch flowers bloom and new leaves unfurl. Many people choose to clean their homes and sort through their belongings. Why not “spring clean” your finances this year?...

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5 Tips for Quickly Paying Off Your Student Loans

5 Tips for Quickly Paying Off Your Student Loans

Do you or does someone you know have student loan debt? You’re not alone. American borrowers owe more than $1.48 trillion in student loan debt. Student loans can be stressful, but the following tips will help you pay off your loans! Organize and Research Your Loans...

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Financially Preparing for the Birth of a Baby

Financially Preparing for the Birth of a Baby

The birth of your child is an extremely exciting time, but it comes with a variety of different costs. By preparing your finances ahead of time, you’ll have a smoother transition into parenthood. Learn About Your Health Insurance Even with health insurance, having a...

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How to Create a Special Needs Trust

How to Create a Special Needs Trust

If one of your loved ones has a disability, you should consider creating a special needs trust for them. Through a trust, parents, family, and others can contribute funds to ensure a secure future for their family member with special needs. A Trust and Government...

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Family Financial New Year’s Resolutions

Family Financial New Year’s Resolutions

As New Year’s makes its approach, many are already beginning to list off their resolutions for 2019. Resolutions can be channeled into bettering yourself, your business or your family. One of the many resolutions we make for our family is to improve our finances....

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Boosting Your Child’s Financial Literacy

Boosting Your Child’s Financial Literacy

We spend money every single day, and as parents, it is up to you to teach your children financial literacy. We might not like to talk about our finances, but teaching finances to your child at a young age can help them develop a healthy understanding of money for the...

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Teaching Your Child the Importance of Money

Teaching Your Child the Importance of Money

At a certain age, we all learned that money wasn’t just green paper that came out of a machine when our parents wanted it. It’s around that time children need to start learning about the importance of money. Children need to understand how money works and why handling...

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