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Online Shopping: The Right Way

Online Shopping: The Right Way

Let's face it. Times are changing. More and more people are opting to shop online rather than in-store these days. Whether it's beauty products, clothing, shoes, or even groceries, there is a way to order whatever you are in the market for...

Being Honest About Your Money Habits

Being Honest About Your Money Habits

April is national financial literacy month and a perfect time to evaluate our money habits and to make sure we are putting our best foot forward in teaching our kids good money habits.When I was young, I remember my parents responding to my asking for...

What Your Teen Needs to Know

What Your Teen Needs to Know

If your teen is anything like most teens, you're probably losing a lot of money to V-Bucks and new, trendy clothes, these days. Also, if they are like most of their peers, they know very little about the important financial concepts that are...

The Financial Attitude!

The Financial Attitude!

From a very young age we are taught about the importance of money. We are told what money can do and how your current standard of living can be dramatically changed if we somehow figure out how to earn more and if you have strong financial attitude. But rarely are we...

Finance can be Fun… Honestly

Finance can be Fun… Honestly

I can remember being in elementary school worried about opening a bank account, in middle school thinking about my first job, and in high school concerned about my credit score. That, alone, should tell you that my views on financial literacy have always been a bit......

Teaching your kids to Save – The right way!!

Teaching your kids to Save – The right way!!

During a class one day, I asked the students who earned money and how they spent it. One of the students said, "I earn money, but my mom takes it from me." At first, I felt so sorry for this young middle schooler but then I realized that it might be that mom was...