You talk to your kids about stuff that's important to their upbringing: wearing a helmet, getting good grades, handling peer pressure, avoiding drug and alcohol abuse.
Can you justify paying $300k for your kids' college tuition? How about $125k? Does paying an extra $50,000 or $150,000 for one school over another make sense?
In properly equipping your children for the minefield of financial decisions in front of them, I'm sure you introduced a piggy bank, a savings jar, and the like. But have you considered a teen debit card?
Way too many, unfortunately. Your accounts are draining through false support and phishing scams, or “accident” transfers. And those are (just) the most common scams...
About 35 million people in America are worried about not having money to feed their families, so called food insecurity. This video offers tips as well as resources for help.
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