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What Should You Teach Kids About Money?

When it comes to teaching your kids about money, think of it as teaching them survival skills. If you do not teach them about money–budgeting, saving, spending, and credit–it will be left to trial and error, which could prove costly and time-consuming. Since only about 15% of young people learn personal money management in school, […]

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The Scary Truth about Teens and Money

Around this time of year, we usually do a blog post about “How to Save Money on Halloween Décor” or “Halloween Costumes on a Budget” and so on. We wanted to do something a little different this year. We’re going to take a closer look at teens and their money management skills because let’s be […]

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Do Kids Understand the Value of a Dollar?

My father always used to ask me “Do you think money grows on trees?” and back then at the ripe old age of 3 or 4, yeah I probably did think that. It’s difficult to tell if kids truly understand the value of a dollar. Kids aren’t born with financial literacy knowledge or the budgeting […]

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Be Cool: Save on Back-To-School Stuff

Some kids are already back to school. It hit me that summer was over while driving to work today and seeing all the kiddos get on those big yellow buses. So for some readers your back-to-school shopping may already be done, but for others they might not have even started yet. I wanted to give […]

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