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How Can I Involve My Kids in Everyday Budgeting and Financial Decisions?

By Marjorie McLean | April 9, 2021

The home is the perfect place for kids of all ages to learn and practice personal finance. Here are some specific ways you can involve your kids in everyday budgeting and family finances, all while teaching important life lessons. Consult Your Kids When Making Your Monthly Budget Let your child know that you’re looking ahead…

How to Plan for the Cost of College with Your Kids

By Tania Brown | April 6, 2021

As a financial coach, I encourage parents to talk to their children about college as early as possible. Nowadays, college is one of the most expensive costs, next to a car or a home. Enrolling, paying, and attending college is also a complicated process. Leaving this in the hands of an 18-year-old is unfair. Your…

Keep It in the Family: How to Pass on Money and Assets to Family Members

By Saundra Davis | April 4, 2021

Creating a plan for how you will pass on money or other assets (anything you own) is called estate planning. Many people think that if they don’t have a lot of money or assets (like homes, cars, and jewelry), they don’t have an “estate.” But the fact is we all have an estate. How you…

How Early Should I Start Talking to My Kids About Money?

By Marjorie McLean | April 2, 2021

Do you ever wonder what is the right age to talk to your kids about money? Or what should you be talking to your kids about to help them understand and manage money well? Talking About Money Is Probably Easier Than You Expect Most kids are naturally interested in money, or the things that money…

The April Race to $100 is on!

By SaverLife | April 1, 2021

When you save $100 or more by April 30, you could win: One of one hundred $10 prizes One of ten $100 prizes Join the challenge from your dashboard today! Make sure your account is linked AND you’ve opted into the April Race to $100 so you have a chance to win big. Don’t forget…

Courtney’s Story: Pursuing the F.I.R.E. Lifestyle

By SaverLife | April 1, 2021

Meet Courtney, a Membership & Business Development Director for a Chamber of Commerce who lives in Connecticut What’s your profession? I’m the Membership & Business Development Director for a local Chamber of Commerce here in Connecticut. What does your day-to-day look like? It’s pretty standard these days. I wake up, go to work, then go…

SMART Goals Can Help You Achieve Your Dreams

By Elaine Harrison | March 30, 2021

Think about something that you want to accomplish in the future, like paying off credit card debt or student loans. Have you set a goal that will help you get there, or is it just something that you hope will happen? There is nothing wrong with hoping, as long as it is not your final…

“Pay Yourself First” – Your Savings Mantra

By Saundra Davis | March 30, 2021

Focus on You. Pay Yourself First. Have you ever thought, “I’ll pay all of my bills and save what’s left”? Well, how much was left? When we wait to save until the end of the month, we usually learn that we have more month than money and there is nothing left. We challenge you to…

Here’s How You Can Block an Eviction

By Tim Lucas | March 29, 2021

In response to housing insecurity potentially leading to an increase in COVID-19 cases, the CDC issued a nationwide temporary halt in evictions through June 30, 2021. In mid-September 2020, we asked over 500 members if they thought enough was being done to protect people from eviction or foreclosure. We found a large difference between the…

Women Run the (Financial) World

By Meghan McInnes | March 26, 2021

Financial Tips for Women Beyoncé had it right. Girls run the world; she just left out the word “financial.” With Women’s History Month coming to an end, I could think of nothing better than to create a piece for women by a woman. Why would I want to do this? Women have been paving the…

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