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What should your kids know about your finances?

Communication between you and your kids about your finances is very important. Keeping your finances “hush-hush” may do more harm than good. Your kids deserve to know the truth, but maybe not the whole truth! When it comes to money,

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Posted in DOs and DON'Ts, Financial Wellness, Kids

3 ways to help your child establish credit

My parents helped me establish credit at a young age. At the time I didn’t realize it, but it started me off on a path to having a great credit score. I’ve never had problems obtaining credit/loans with good interest rates

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Posted in Credit, Kids

5 ways to make college more affordable

It’s scary that a new school year is already approaching. We recently published a post about saving money on school shopping which was geared toward parents. Here’s a guest post from America Saves regarding college and how to make it more

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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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Posted in Budgeting, Kids

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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