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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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Living and Saving as a Millennial Living with Your Parents

Here is a guest post from one of our partners, America Saves, about tips for Millennials living at home. The generation of the internet age is one of the largest and most diverse in the U.S. Although Millennials have been

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Posted in Financial Wellness, Student Loan

America Saves Week is 2/22-2/27!

Share Your Savings Goal and Win the #imsavingfor Contest To celebrate America Saves Week, America Saves is launching the #imsavingfor contest. It’s easy to enter. Just share a picture of you and what you are saving for and then enter

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Are you Prepared for a $1000 Financial Emergency?

How much are you saving? If this question makes you laugh and exclaim “Savings? I wish!”, or creates major waves of guilt and anxiety you are not alone. A Consumer Federation of America study in 2010 found that 69% of

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