What to teach your child about money – Part 2

Last week, we went over some money lessons to teach your kids at a young age. This week, we will discuss how to maintain a good financial foundation and continue good money habits for your child as he or she grows into the age of 10-13. Teaching your older child good money habits involves more complex concepts and lessons. But parents shouldn’t be too worried: … Continue reading What to teach your child about money – Part 2

What to teach your child about money – Part 1

From birth, children are constantly learning new skills, being taught new lessons. One of the life lessons often overlooked in this process, however, is money skills. Although many colleges and middle to high schools have started to include financial education in their curricula, teaching children about money remains largely a role for the parents. Some parents are concerned of their ability to give money lessons … Continue reading What to teach your child about money – Part 1

Tailgate on the Cheap

Following our last post on why we are very excited for this month, as we enter the second week of September, football season is now also in full swing. It is the time to celebrate your favorite team with family and friends – and saving without skimming the fun will be the cherry on top! Here are some tips for your next tailgate: Pool a … Continue reading Tailgate on the Cheap

September is for Saving

The highly anticipated month of September is finally here! It’s an exciting time whether you are into football, or are looking for a change in season. For us savers, September is also great for its big discounts for Labor Day and beyond! Here are some purchases where you can save this month: Buys from last season – Now that September officially marks the beginning of … Continue reading September is for Saving