Kids & Money

budgeting tips
Budgeting 101: Skip the Expensive Coffee
Have you ever considered how much money you spend on coffee a week? What if you started making coffee from home, how much money could you make by investing it? The answer is simple: through market returns and compound interest...
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why young adults should start saving for retirement
Why It’s Important to Begin Retirement Planning at a Young Age
Retirement planning can help lead you to a more peaceful and stress-free life down the road. For most, retirement is the elusive age where one can finally relax and reap the benefits of decades of hard work. In that regard,...
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Saving for Their Future: Financial Planning Tips for Your Growing Children
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Now, more than ever, it’s important that parents take the steps to ensure their children have a solid financial footing. This can be achieved through proper financial planning. Prices for nearly everything simply continue to rise, with millennials and Gen...
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A Parent’s Guide to Paying for College Tuition
Parents, it's college application season. Do you know all your options for covering tuition? The college admissions process is a stressful time for both students and parents alike. Seniors are laser-focused on SATs, essays, and applications, while parents are left...
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what is a 529 college savings plan
What is a 529 Account?
What is a 529 Plan? 529 plans are state government-run,  tax-advantaged methods of saving for higher education such as college or vocational school. They are called 529 plans because these types of accounts were created and government-authorized in Section 529...
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