A Step-By-Step Guide To Financial Literacy For Kids 

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Recent studies show that only 24% of Millennials demonstrate basic financial literacy skills[1]. If your financial and personal aspirations for your kids aim higher than this, it’s time to begin focusing on financial literacy and teaching your kids about money. There’s a lot to learn before entering the real world, including spending, savings, banking, earning,… Read more »

Teaching Your Kids About Money Before College

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If your teen’s heading off to college soon, there’s a lot to plan for. This includes how to prepare them for financial independence. Hopefully you’ve been diligent in educating your child about money, and your teen’s ready to manage a budget, bank account, and personal spending without your daily supervision. Even so, it’s wise to… Read more »

Financial Planning Tips For Parents

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Being a parent is one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences of a lifetime. The most basic things you need to be able to offer your children include unconditional love, attention, and limitless opportunities to learn and grow. Beyond these, from a financial perspective, there are plenty of other requirements to plan for in… Read more »

How To Find Scholarships

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Funding a college savings plan is one of the best ways to invest in your student’s academic success. Yet even if you’ve saved diligently, rising educational costs mean that your student may still need additional funding options to complete their studies. These might include student loans, grants or scholarships. Receiving a scholarship is a useful… Read more »