Do You And Your Money Care About The Same Things?

As the old adage goes “Actions speak louder than words.” On the topic in question, it is fair to say spending is an action that implies values. Which explains why the nature of finances can be so personal, and challenge us to ask the question, what do we value?

Is it:

  • Family?
  • Friends?
  • Health?
  • Happiness?
  • Travel?
  • […]

2019-04-16T18:23:30+00:00July 4th, 2018|Financial Literacy, Savings|

Encouraging Children to Save

Sometimes when children hear their parents or other adults in their lives talking about cutting spending or saving money, they assume that the family is going through a rough patch. As appropriate based on children’s ages, family conversations about money goals, including saving and spending plans, reassure children. It is also a great way to […]

2019-04-16T18:32:21+00:00June 4th, 2018|Financial Literacy, Savings|

Split Deposit: The Workplace Perk that Will Help Employees Build Wealth

American workers are not saving enough for their future or to even cover emergencies and planned expenses that may crop up in the short term. According to the Federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, the average personal saving rate for Americans hovers around 5 percent – which is far too low. In fact, people aged 30-49 […]

2019-01-22T16:31:28+00:00May 9th, 2018|Financial Literacy, Savings, Uncategorized|

Saving as a Family

When you have a family, it seems like there is never enough money to go around and saving money frequently gets pushed aside. However, saving money can help stabilize your family’s financial life.

Saving is putting money aside for future use and requires discipline and, at times, denial. Therefore, it’s important to discuss the […]

2019-01-22T16:31:28+00:00April 5th, 2018|Financial Literacy, Savings|