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It’s Back to School Time…Again

When I first wrote this blog, I had a first grader and a preschooler.  and now I have 2nd and 4th grader, where does the time go? When I young a school year seemed like an eternity and now a

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How to teach children good money habits

Many adults today weren’t taught much about personal finances when we were young. But those with children should start teaching their kids smart money habits as early as possible. Kids with a solid base of personal finance knowledge stand a

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How to Teach Kids Smart Money Habits

If you’ve read my previous posts, you know I’m a big fan of Liz Weston. I think her money advice is often thought-provoking and right on target. She recently discussed a British study that concluded we’re not starting soon enough

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Posted in Kids, Relationships

Secrets of Holiday Shopping with your Kids

Written by Cherrish Holland, Certified Financial Counselor Yes…you read the headline correctly.  That is holiday shopping with your kids!  During this busy holiday season most parents cringe at the thought of taking their little Kris Kringles within 50 feet of

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Debt, Kids, LSS Financial Counseling
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