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3 Ways To Teach Your Kids To Save Now, So They’ll Be Better Off Later

Saving money is a discipline that you can help develop in your kids early on. When they are adults they’ll be glad they gained such a necessary habit. It’s nearly June, and you have finally hit your goal for saving. Only a week later, while getting your routine oil change, the service advisor comes out with […]

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3 Ways To Teach Your Children To Be Generous Givers

If we aren’t careful we can unintentionally raise selfish children. But with a few simple ideas, you can raise children who give generously. One of the most popular times in American culture is that 6-8 week period when those oh-so-beloved Girl Scout cookies go on sale. Whether it’s Thin Mints or Samoas, when we see […]

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How To Save Money And Hit Your Goals (And Teach Your Children To Do The Same)

You can teach your children a crucial life and financial skill. When they apply this simple principle, your children will reap the benefits of it for years to come. Do you remember the last time you saved your own hard earned money for something you wanted? You know…that purse you had your eye on for […]

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Do We Really Have Each Other’s Backs? Our Support of Black Businesses Could Determine If We Do

There are many businesses in our communities that could use our support. Our support for local businesses could have more positive outcomes than expected. This holiday season, you may be on the prowl for good deals to find the perfect gifts at Nordstrom’s, Macy’s, Sear’s, and Walmart. But these businesses, like so many others, bear the […]

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