Passing wealth down from generation to generation used to be a common practice in most cultures, whether cash, property or knowledge. With changes in societies and economies over the years, that’s no longer the case, but there are still many ways for families to set future generations up for financial success.
Developing positive saving and budgeting skills will have a major impact on your financial journey. These tips will help you handle life’s necessities and give you the freedom to enjoy life without constant worry of how to afford it.
We all have our own financial journeys throughout life. There will be stumbles and successes on the road of financial literacy, but here’s the secret that the adults never told us: There’s no road map or perfect formula to banking. Sharing experiences, however, is a good place to start. Here’s what I’ve learned so far as I navigate my way through this sea of green money and, almost always by accident, choose which paths to wander down.
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How can you make money to buy what you want while balancing school and extracurriculars? If you’re ready to work hard, your options are open.
Balance is important when it comes to saving and spending. Learn how to compromise so you can get what you want now and still reach your goals in the future.
Don’t let thoughts of the future overwhelm you. Start now, and even little steps will take you far in the long run!
The journey to a college degree isn’t easy, but you can make sure that you aren’t drowning in debt at the end of it. Here are a few ways to smooth out the path ahead of you.
Set the foundation for a future of financial education so your child is prepared to conquer the world.
Shopping for your first car can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these steps to reduce the stress and car ownership will be easier than you think.
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Credit rewards cards can help you save money and get some great perks, but it’s easy to get stuck in the gimmicks and seductive intro offers. That’s why it’s so important to look critically at your options and choose the rewards card that best fits your specific financial needs.
Learn the credit skills you need in order to get your credit score on the leaderboard. Healthy credit means healthy finance with lower interest rates, better deals on loans and potentially even other services you use every day. Don’t wait to build credit until you need it. Be proactive to win the credit game!