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Why is it that when the words “children” and “finances” are mentioned in the same sentence, parents brace themselves like they are about to hear the punchline to a really bad joke? Well, it may be because children and finances are often characterized as two major topics that can cause stress and frustration. Here are some activities that can be done together that can be fun and satisfying for the whole family.
COVID-19 has impacted jobs across all sectors. If you’re considering helping out your children who have been impacted, check out these suggestions.
In this day and age, the idea of teaching your child how to balance a checkbook is outdated. The next generation will live in an entirely digital world. Check out these creative tips to make financial literacy fun!
The idea of losing ourselves to dementia is a distressing prospect that people often don’t like to consider, let alone plan for. Being prepared can reduce some stress during an already very difficult time.
You may have heard that you can move back into your rental for two years to avoid paying capital gains taxes when you sell. It’s a common misconception – find out what the rules really say.
Have you ever been interrupted during something important by a phone call from an unknown number within your area code? You answer only to hear “Congratulations! You have won a free cruise to the Caribbean”. Unfortunately, attempts to steal your personal information and money can take on many, less obvious forms than this.