Category: Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

The Impact of Financial Literacy for Young Learners

To top off Financial Literacy Month, we want you to hear from one of our grant recipients, Holly Reid, about her program, Millionaire Money Camp for Kids. Holly is passionate about reaching kids and shares with us the impact that her program has made in the life of her students.

Financial Literacy

3 Financial Resolutions to Consider Making in the New Year

Whether it’s creating a better budget, saving more, paying off debt, giving more to charities, or keeping more money for yourself, we all have goals for the new year ahead. Here’s how to set strong financial goals this year.

Financial Literacy

5 Holiday Side Gigs to Make Extra Money

The holidays can be a financial stressor for anyone. Luckily, there are tons of holiday side gigs to help you make money for gifts, holiday food, gatherings, and more. These holiday side gigs can help you lessen that stress and even have a little fun at the same time.

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Financial Literacy

Best Couponing Apps to Save You Money

You don’t have to be an extreme couponer to save money on your in-store and online purchases. Today’s couponing apps make saving easier than ever, with some providing automatic alerts based on your location and tailoring their offers to match your favorite retailers.

Financial Literacy

Top Debt Repayment Tools According to 3 Experts

Paying down your debt will require organization and consistency. At times it will feel difficult but with the help of these tools, you will be able to see light at the end of the tunnel and find ways to reach your goals with quickness and clarity.

Financial Literacy

How to Create a Budget: A More Personalized Approach

Budgeting is all about trial and error. It usually takes a few months to figure out what type of budget fits your needs and personal style. Once you’ve nailed down what works for you, it might take a few additional months to really dial in your spending versus your income.

Financial Literacy

Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

As couples prepare for marriage, it’s wise to have a range of financial discussions such as disclosing debt, income, and assets and even setting shared financial goals. One conversation you shouldn’t overlook is whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you.

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Financial Literacy

How to Get Out of Debt

You’ll likely want to choose either the snowball method or the debt avalanche to choose the order in which you will pay off your debts. Then, really, the plan is to throw as much money as possible at your debts until they are gone. 

Financial Literacy

10 Mom Bloggers in the Financial Space Who Are Changing the Money Game

Here’s a list of mom bloggers in the financial space who are making an impact for moms and women everywhere. If you’re interested in finances or are beginning your financial journey and need an extra boost of accountability, you can easily join this list of influential women who are sharing their financial experiences by starting your own blog.

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Financial Literacy

How to Build An Emergency Fund

Building an emergency fund is one of the most important cornerstones for financial security. Here are some tips on how to build an emergency fund and why it is so important.

Financial Literacy

What is an Emergency Binder and How to Put One Together

An emergency binder helps you and your loved ones carry on when the worst occurs. Maybe there is an unexpected death, or you have to flee quickly from your home. Having all your important documents in one place can make a big difference. Here’s how to create an emergency binder.

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