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Don’t Wait to Teach Kids About Money

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The birds and bees seem to be a hot topic that parents nervously dance around. However, I am seeing and hearing the same attitude around money and family finances.

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Feature Highlight: Know what’s safe to spend with Unallocated Funds

A picture of Levi's jeans with a price tag which says "$ SAFE"

Recently, I ran out of pants. I was down to just two pairs of jeans which weren’t torn at the ankles or blown out at the knees. I decided that I should just bite the bullet go out and buy

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Count Your Beans in a Crock Pot

While the economy learns how to walk again, we too must re-learn how to approach our personal finances. Think simple real life applications first before you tackle the big stuff.

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Could This Be the End Spending Guilt?

For those with school age kids the season of what I am calling stretch-spending comes early. School supplies, new clothes, school pictures and other random checks might make someone feel like an ATM machine. “Mom, I need $35 for ASB,

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