The Best Money Apps For Kids

If you want your kids to learn about the value of money in a way that’s both educational and fun, then encourage them to download an app – or three. We rounded up some of the best money apps for kids on the market. Have your kids try different ones until they find the one they

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Teaching Kids to Budget

Money is an extremely exciting concept as a child. Early on, children learn that money is what gets you candy, toys, clothes, and so much more. It’s fun and it can be shiny! But kids need to learn how to properly manage money, too. The earlier your kids start learning about money, savings, and investments,

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Saving for College

Today’s college graduate owes an average of $31,172, translating to a monthly payment of $393. This takes a serious bite out of earnings and can leave graduates strapped for cash for 10 to 30 years.  Saving for college will help offset these expenses and ensure your student isn’t bogged down in debt for decades. Experts

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Tackling Student Loan Debt

Tackling Student Loan Debt Requires Early Planning What does student debt look like in America? The numbers speak for themselves. In 2017, the Pew Research Center published a brief based on data from the Federal Reserve Board. It revealed: Americans owed more than $1.3 trillion in student loans by June 2017, more than two and

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Piggy Bank

Money Talk: Saving for the Future

Spend less, save more—a New Year’s resolution that is easily in many parent’s top five goals for the upcoming year, and rightfully so. Investments are important for families, from buying a house and buying a car, to building a savings fund. But, when it comes to thinking about long-term needs—is it on the top of

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