Financial Education in Schools – The Missing Piece

Financial Education in Schools – The Missing Piece

Most parents agree with the idea that financial education should be taught in schools…in addition to being taught at home. There are, however, several challenges with financial education in schools: Schools are gears toward getting students to be proficient in...
How to Talk to Your Teen about Money

How to Talk to Your Teen about Money

Guest Post By Jill Suskind Talking to teens about money is an art form! Remember the parents’ voices in the Charlie Brown movies?  Ever feel like your teen hears “wah wah wah wah” like Charlie Brown and his crew do when you bring up the subject?  So, how do we talk to...

What lifestyle do you want (to support)?

Everywhere we turn these days, we hear and read about others who have figured out, and want to share, the secrets to creating our dream lifestyles, live the way we want to live and so on. There are books and seminars galore promising to share these secrets with you,...

Good Advice About Your Wallet

Author: Mr. or Ms. Anonymous Attorney I got this in an email today and it’s good information from an attorney. Even If you dislike attorneys, you will love them for these tips. Read this and make a copy for your files in case you need to refer to it someday....

Stop, Read and Clarify…How to Avoid Costly Mistakes

Have you ever made a mistake that cost you money? Lots of money? And when you thought back over how it happened, you realized it was simply a lack of attention to detail on your part? Of course you have. We all have. I know I have, and recently I might add. It started...