Written by Kevin McKinley The prime time for a child to begin learning good financial habits usually occurs during the “tween to teen” years. All the planning, saving and investing that parents do for their children’s future won’t do much good if the kids don’t have the discipline and wisdom necessary to eventually manage money on their own, and hopefully make it grow. Read more here.
Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. A single procedure or trip to the hospital can fill your mailbox with stacks of bills. These can come from hospitals, doctors, pharmacies, emergency rooms, labs, and many others. The stress involved with handling all of this paperwork can be almost as overwhelming as the illness or injury itself. If your medical bills start to pile up faster than you can pay them, don’t wait for a crisis to occur before doing something… Read More
By Hannah Bae What would you rather have: A) 10 shoddily constructed garments from H&M, or B) 1 impeccably crafted piece by Prada? For too many young professionals, the answer is A, by necessity. Affording designer goods seems impossible when you’re on a budget. In reality, with a little smart budgeting and a lot of mindfulness, it’s entirely possible to build out a great wardrobe without going broke. Read more here.