April is Financial Literacy Month and The American Bankers Association is sponsoring a Teach Children to Save Day tomorrow, April 24th.
I do believe if you can afford it kids should get an allowance because having money of their own gives them the opportunity to learn about saving, spending, and delaying gratification.
T. Rowe Price’s annual Parents, Kids & Money Survey was released in March and you would think after seven years nothing would be new.
Teaching our kids money skills is really more important than teaching them to say thank you.
It is the fine print in the credit card document that spells out all of the fees.
There are more than 1.8 billion credit cards currently in circulation in the US. The average consumer is carrying over 3 credit cards.
Credit scores are a quick and easy method for a creditor to judge you as a potential customer.
Credit reports are important. They are often the way a creditor, a potential employer, a landlord or an insurance company will judge you.
Last week we talked about getting your act together at every stage in your life. This week I thought we could spend some time discussing credit.
Traditionally, our sixtieth decade has been seen as the decade of retirement. But whether you retire in your sixties or not, these years are filled with important financial decisions.