Teaching your child the basics of creating a budget is the first step in building the foundation for positive money skills in the future. Not sure where to begin? We’ve got you covered:
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We all want our kids to be financially-savvy adults one day, but it’s become increasingly difficult in today’s swag culture. Here are some ideas to begin your child’s journey toward financial independence.
Have you tried everything to make the most of your small space? Here are three creative ideas that may surprise you.
Having a teen driver can be a scary thing for parents, but it doesn’t have to be a financial nightmare.
Your debts are mounting, you’re falling behind on payments and you don’t know who to pay first. Isn’t it time to get your financial house in order?
Getting in good physical shape is a worthy goal for the new year but why not pledge to eliminate debt, too? It’s a good time to stop making excuses and face reality with your debts, especially if they’re holding you back from purchasing a home, saving for retirement, or taking that dream vacation.
Will your vehicle still be in the parking lot when you get off work this afternoon? Will you have someone knocking on your door tonight to serve you foreclosure papers? Will you be hearing the voice of that annoying debt collector from that credit card company before the day is over?