How to Get Your Kids Excited About Saving
April is Credit Union Youth Month and while we’ve had to adjust the way we celebrate it in light of current events, we’re excited to partner with our friends at The Money Mammals and the Credit Union National Association, to encourage children to develop healthy savings habits.
Great Money Resolutions for the New Year
It’s that time of year again, recovering from the indulgences of the holidays, looking over the past year, breaking out the new calendar, and planning to do better in all aspects of life in the […]
10 Ways to Scare Up Extra Cash for the Holidays
The average American shopper spends between $600 and $1,000 on holiday spending, and if you haven’t been budgeting for it all year, here are ten ways to help afford those costs without eating into your […]
Secrets to Raising Money Smart Kids
Picture it: Your 28-year-old son stops by with a “proposal” for you. He reveals he is two months behind on his rent, has maxed out his credit cards and is behind on the minimum payments, […]
7 Good Ways to Use a Tax Return
The date for filing tax returns is fast approaching, and even though this years tax deadline is pushed out three extra days to Tuesday, April 18, its time to start thinking about how to make your refund work for you.
Money Missteps – A Great Thing to Happen to a Kid?
You Spent Your Money on What?!?!?! Any parent with a child old enough to have control over money has probably at least thought that, if not shouted it across a dinner table.
Know Your Money Psychology Style
We all make decisions with our money at one point or another that don’t work out for the best. Its just inevitable. But if you find yourself falling into patterns of behavior that lead to negative financial consequences, it could be time to examine a little more closely how you make these choices.
Teaching Kids to Save, Share and Spend Smart
When my kids were young, it was a natural inclination for them and their friends to spend money. The difficult part came in teaching them to save.