FAFSA filing tips you can use now

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is the first step in securing college financial aid for your child. Most students are eligible for some form of financial aid. Thus, accurately completing the FAFSA is very important. Here are some tips to… Read More

Why calculate your net worth?

Are you on track to reach your financial goals? Are you saving enough for retirement or falling short? Will there be enough money for your child’s college education? A net worth statement can help you find those answers. You’ll get… Read More

Make and save money with consignment

Consignment is a great way to clean out your closets, find good shopping deals and make some extra money. Consignment shops are popular places to find men’s, women’s and kids’ clothes and toys, household items or electronics. If you’re ready… Read More

Striking a balance: Working teens and money

A teen’s first paycheck is a rite of passage on the way to adulthood. Learning to manage his money is also part of the journey. Here are some ways to empower your teen to make good financial decisions, and strike… Read More

Rule your 52-week challenge

Make it a New Year’s challenge Embrace the 52-Week Challenge as a New Year’s resolution. Let your family and friends know about your challenge and encourage them to do it with you. Plan to share your progress with each other… Read More

Eat well and affordably away from home

The next time you’re planning a few days away from home, don’t forget to add affordable eats to your agenda. From food apps to websites, to the local paper, there are plenty of resources to help you eat well and… Read More

Get kids off to a good start with money

If you’re a parent, you can bet your child will mirror your behavior and values, including how you manage money. As your child grows, create opportunities to make learning about money fun! Challenge her imagination Kids from pre-school to second… Read More