Kids & Cash: LessonsTeaching our kids money skills is more important than teaching them to say thank you and you should start when they are sitting in the shopping cart.
Credit: Debit Or Credit?When you go to pay for something do you hand the cashier your credit card or your debit card?
Credit: Too Much Of A Good ThingA cashless society is closer than you think. Cashiers can’t make change.
Credit: Your Credit ScoreCredit scores are a quick and easy method for a creditor to judge you as a potential customer.
Credit: Credit ReportsWhen was the last time you checked your credit report?
Credit: Your Credit CardWe certainly do like our credit cards! Unfortunately, according to one financial website the average credit card debt for Massachusetts residents last year was $5,700.
The Millionaire Club: Sixty-SomethingRetirement is so close but you have not saved enough and you know unless you win the lottery there will never be a million dollars in your bank account. What are you going to do?
The Millionaire Club: Fifty-SomethingsIf you just celebrated your 50th birthday you don't qualify as a Baby Boomer you belong in the Generation X demographic.
The Millionaire Club: Forty-SomethingForty-Somethings have been hearing about retirement and they do know it is approaching like a speeding train but some have been too busy to plan and many thought they still had lots of time.
The Millionaire Club: Thirty-SomethingSo how does a thirty-year-old become a millionaire? With some discipline!
The Millionaire Club: Twenty-SomethingWe are going to spend the week figuring out how to have a $1 million saved by the time you retire. And we’ll do it by decades.
Baby Boomers: The Pot Holes In Retirement PlanningThis is not about those potholes that send us to get our tires realigned! These are all about the misalignments in retirement planning.