Money Management Articles
Kids & Money
Make sure you've got the right approach to charitable giving this holiday season
Make sure you're prepared for the holiday season of giving, not only for
your protection, but also so you can get the proper tax benefits from
Being financially prepared for college
Many parents consider sending a child to college an important financial
objective. The College Board reports for a public in-state four-year
college, the average tuition for 2014-15 was $9,139. If room and board
was included, the average annual education cost was $18,942.
Who's teaching your kids about money?
If you think your children aren't learning about money because you're
not teaching it, think again. While savvy marketers are telling our
kindergartners that they need a certain toy to be happy, credit card
companies are peddling instant gratification to our teens.
Adding a teen to auto insurance? Be prepared
If adding a young driver to your policy is in your future, you need to be ready for the added costs. While policies vary based on a multitude of factors, financial experts
advise being prepared for the unavoidable expense of a teen driver
addition. The Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) offers these ways to
save some money on their protection.
5 tips to quickly pay off student loan debt
Struggling with student loans? You're not alone.
Resolving financial concerns for stepfamilies
Roughly 1,300 new stepfamilies are created every day, according to the
Stepfamily Foundation. And, 41 percent of all Americans have at least
one step relative, based on Pew Research Center findings.
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