No Camp? No Problem! How to Entertain your Children this Summer on a Budget

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With many summer children’s camps closed, operating at a limited capacity or parent not feeling comfortable about sending children off to a crowded venue, many parents are now looking for ways to keep their kids entertained when they would normally be out of the house for the day – without breaking the bank of course.

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Surprising Expenses You Don’t Expect When Planning for Retirement

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When it comes to planning for retirement, the process seems pretty simple: contribute to your IRA or 401(k), put extra savings aside each month, and reduce your spending as much as possible as you get closer to retirement. Once you are ready to retire, you should be able to rely on a combination of your investments, Social Security, your savings and Medicare to cover your needs.

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Young Financiers – Sharing your household budget with your children – it’s a win!

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Sharing your salary and spending habits with others has always been very taboo. But, is there ever a time to let the proverbial cat out of the bag and share that information with your children? We say – Absolutely! While we don’t recommend sitting down with your 5-year-old and trying to explain the family budget, we do think once they hit their pre-teens is a good time. Continue reading “Young Financiers – Sharing your household budget with your children – it’s a win!”

Giving Your Kids Some Financial Smarts — The Rule of Thirds

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As a parent, there are a thousand things you need to do for your kids. From making sure they’re looked after properly, to giving them love and providing them with good life skills, there’s always something else. Continue reading “Giving Your Kids Some Financial Smarts — The Rule of Thirds”