Money Management for Teenagers: Teach Them Well

October 24, 2016

Money Management for Teenagers

Let’s face it. basic money knowledge for young people is often limited to spending, not saving. As a parent, you can have a strong role in teaching them. Money Management for teenagers doesn’t have to be difficult. You can provide shelter, food, and clothing all while teaching them financial literacy. We can educate our teens on […]

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Financial Preparedness: An Essential Component to Successfully Handling Disasters and Emergencies – Part 2

October 17, 2016

financial preparedness

Thank you for rejoining us this week as we conclude our series, “Financial Preparedness: An Essential Component to Successfully Handling Disasters and Emergencies”. Last week, you learned that financial preparedness is a critical component to successfully maneuvering through the disasters and emergencies that are bound to occur within your life. Not only should you have […]

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Financial Preparedness: An Essential Component to Successfully Handling Disasters and Emergencies – Part 1

October 12, 2016

Financial Preparedness

Disasters and other types of emergencies have detrimentally impacted Americans – at all income levels – throughout history. Millions upon millions have faced the daunting task of reconstructing their lives after experiencing, firsthand, natural disasters, manmade complications, and other types of emergencies. All of these circumstances are extremely stressful and highly complicated. Initiating the process […]

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An Emergency Fund is Now a Necessity

October 7, 2016

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It is a known fact that one of the main tenets to positive and productive financial planning is to effectively prepare for the future. This means that not only is an emergency fund a component of a solid money and financial plan, it is an absolute necessity – especially in today’s world of unforeseen events […]

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