“I know all your graces Someday will flower In the sweet sunshower” – Chris Cornell As a kid, I never really wore a watch during summer. I was free — I didn’t have anywhere to be. Yet during the school year, a
As we begin 2018, we challenge ourselves going into the New Year and set one or more resolutions. We always want to get into the gym, become healthy, and get organized, but do we ever include financial fitness in our resolution? Getting
If you’re a college student, you may already be back on campus. If not, you don’t have long to go before school starts again. And this year, in addition to whatever courses you may be taking, try to master some financial lessons,
For many teenagers, living on their own at college is a major reality check. While 71% of teens feel confident in their money-managing skills, many lack practical experience. Teach your child how to make sound financial decisions without your help. Here are
With spring just around the corner, many of us are beginning to plan for that much needed getaway –preferably on a budget. Below we offer some tips and ideas culled from the Web aimed at keeping your 2017 travel enjoyable and affordable.
Happy New Year! What financial or life goals do you need to address for 2017? Now is a good time to think about the things you can do to improve your financial plan. Some are easy, some more difficult to get started,
At this time of year, your life is probably more hectic than usual, so you may have assembled an impressive “to-do” list. This can be a helpful tool for organizing your activities in the near future – but have you ever thought
You might work diligently at building a financial roadmap for your retirement years and a comprehensive estate plan. But you can’t just create these strategies – you also have to communicate them. Specifically, you need to inform your spouse and your grown