Credit Cards for College Students: Are they Good or Bad?

When preparing to send your child off to college, one thing that may be on your mind is whether or not your child should have their own credit card. Credit cards for college students have their pros and cons. The reason you’re likely asking yourself this question is that you know credit cards can be [...]

Save Money For Your Child’s Future: Where to Start?

When should you start to save money for your child’s future? As soon as they are born. However, the extra expense of having a child may make saving difficult. But, if you put a plan in place, even a small amount each month can add up over the years. Step #1: Open Their Own Account [...]

2022-03-24T14:59:08-04:00April 21st, 2022|Categories: Education, Saving Money|Tags: , , , |

Fixed vs. Chore-Based Allowance: Which Should You Choose?

Every parent knows that feeling. Your child is begging for candy at the checkout line or your teen asks for cash to go out with their friends. Do you give in or make them use their allowance money? While paying an allowance is common, it’s wise to use it as a means to teach responsible [...]

Teaching Teens About Money: The Basics

Teaching teens about money in the early years helps them prepare for any financial situation when they are eventually on their own. Many teens go through financial struggles that could have been avoided if they learned early on how to manage their money. Talk about the following topics with your teens so they can develop [...]

7 Reasons to File Your Taxes Early

Filing your taxes can be a bit of a headache. While many people may have good intentions of filing as soon as they get their W-2s, the reality is people often procrastinate. Then, before you know it, the deadline sneaks up and forces you to reorganize your schedule to make time to file your taxes. [...]

2022-01-21T11:11:54-04:00February 3rd, 2022|Categories: Education|Tags: , , , , |
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