4 Ways To Say ‘NO’ To Your Kids – Without Actually Saying ‘No’!

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Mother and Daughter

As a parent, you want to strike a reasonable balance between saying ‘Yes’ and ‘No’. It can be difficult to say ‘No’ to your kids, and saying it too often can breed resentment and defiance. Conversely, saying ‘Yes’ too much also has its downsides. From a financial perspective, saying ‘Yes’ too often can encourage a… Read more »

New And Improved Washington D.C. College Savings Plan Options

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DC school bus

Washington D.C. residents have long been underserved and underrepresented. While we don’t have any updates on representation, we do have good news about college saving options for DC residents, and associated tax benefits. Washington D.C.’s College 529 Plan recently introduced changes to add stronger investment choices and reduce fees. This is a great saving recipe… Read more »

Graduation Gifts For Financial Success

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Graduation gifts for Financial Success

Congratulations if your child, grandchild, or other family member is about to graduate from college! Attaining a degree is an accomplishment worthy of celebration. It’s also a time for your grad to transition into independence, learning financial and life responsibilities to achieve future success. If you’re searching for a meaningful graduation gift to encourage lifelong… Read more »

Tips To Help You Raise Financially Wise Children

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Money management skills lay the foundation for lifelong success, and the path to financial wisdom begins in childhood. In recognition of Financial Literacy month in April, we’re proud to announce the launch of SageVestKids, a website dedicated to helping you raise happy, financially wise children through developmentally appropriate activities and responsibilities. Our new site has… Read more »