Tools for parents to educate their kids about finances.
Balancing Act: Saving for Both Retirement and College
Posted on 2/8/2019 1:53:30 PM
Linda and Peter are worried about their financial future. "We want our one-year-old son, Raymond, to go to college, but we're concerned that in 17 years, the cost might be more than we can afford," says Peter. "We also need to save for our retirement," adds Linda. "Can we reach both of these goals?"
The cost of baby gear, clothes and diapers add up quickly. Being able to buy second-hand is a great way to save money. Did you know there's also opportunity to make money by reselling? Check out the 8 hottest items you can potentially make money on by reselling.
Having a summer job for a teen is often the first step into adulthood. While it might not be the most glamorous job, that first summer job opens the door to understanding responsibility, the importance of being on time, realizing others rely on you and seeing the value in earning your own money.
Citizens National Bank wants you to enjoy the outdoors this summer with a new patio set, including a firepit table and set of 2 chairs. Four second place prizes will also be given away including a firepit and 2 CNB camp chairs.
Family Game Night Can Be a Fun Way to Teach Kids About Money
Posted on 7/25/2018 11:34:02 AM
Later bedtimes and long summer nights give you more time to spend with your kids. A fun family game night is a great way to incorporate teaching kids about money in a way that they'll enjoy. Here's a list of WiseBread's top 6 picks for games that teach financial skills and might get them interested in investing, saving and spending wisely.
What Should You Do When Your Kids Get Cash Gifts for Christmas?
Posted on 12/6/2017 2:45:49 PM
If your kids are lucky enough to receive monetary gifts from relatives for Christmas, what do you do with them? Do you let the kids choose how to spend the money? Or put it straight into college savings?
Whether your child just has extra birthday money you'd like to save or they're heading to college in the fall, it's a smart move to open an account specifically for them that they can begin to learn money management skills.
As a parent, one of the scariest things to consider is how you're going to pay for college for your children. According to the College Board Annual Survey in 2016, the average annual cost for a four-year public college was $20,090. The average annual cost for a four-year private college was $45,370. This cost includes tuition and fees, as well as room and board. You know in most cases, you won't be able to foot the bill for 100% of the cost, so how do you go about getting financial aid for your child?
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