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4 Money-Saving Tips for Teens

4 Money-Saving Tips for Teens

Teen brains are wired for instant gratification. So how can you override their “right here, right now” drive and encourage them to save? With these four tips we teach at Wealthy Habits.

Getting Your Kids Invested in the Markets

Getting Your Kids Invested in the Markets

When kids invest early, they avoid financial fear. By starting early, they learn that managing their finances doesn't have to be scary. Instead, they see each portion of the financial world as a tool for them to build a better future. The best way to get them started...

How to Raise Financially Empowered Kids

How to Raise Financially Empowered Kids

How to Raise Financially Empowered Kids Guest Post By: Grant Means, Founder & Author at Start Now Press First, let’s clear the air: nearly every aspect of raising children seems an impossibly complex challenge – no matter how much love, passion, discipline and...

Did You Know: Student Loan Debt

Did You Know: Student Loan Debt

Did you know that maintaining good financial habits can help you easily pay off your student loans? Take a look at these shocking student loan statistics in 2019: 69% of college students have student loans and graduated with an average debt of $29,800 14% of their...

Net Worth: Know Your Value

Net Worth: Know Your Value

To get where you want to go, you must first figure out where you presently are. Knowing where you stand will help you better prepare for your future. That is exactly how net worth works in terms of your journey to financial freedom.

5 Tips to Avoid the Back to School Shopping Blues

5 Tips to Avoid the Back to School Shopping Blues

 Avoid the Back to School Shopping BluesOh! It’s that time already? Summer is almost over and August is fast approaching. Welcome back to school and the most important part of the it- Back to School Shopping! Every year, parents and children scramble...

Credit Worthiness

Credit Worthiness

As students make judgments about who they aren’t willing to loan money to, the desire not to be like the individual they just denied is planted into their brain.