Tips and Tricks to help you make better decisions and live your best financial life.
According to a survey by JumpStart Coalition for Financial Literacy, Only 26% of 13-21 year-olds said that their parents taught them how to manage money. Yikes!
It shouldn't come as a surprise that, at MIT FCU, financial literacy is of paramount importance. That's the main reason we regularly host free financial education seminars and webinars and why we publish additional content on social media and here on our blog. In this 5-part blog series, we're diving deep into actionable steps and strategies you can use to get a leg up on teaching your kids to manage their money well. Let's get started.
An important step in setting up a side hustle that you hope will become a successful business is to set goals. But where do you start? Understanding your "why" is a key step in building your plan. This post draws on SMART goals, and walks you through a few "why" examples and the steps and end goals you may be seeking. If you're serious about making a go of your hobby or passion, consider your "why."
Trying to find childcare and the money to pay for it is a challenge many working parents face. During the summer months when school is out and kids are on vacation, summer camps can provide activities and supervision for your kids when you're unable to.
According to investor extraordinaire Warren Buffet, parents' biggest mistake is waiting until their kids are teenagers before teaching them about money. Some experts say that children's money habits are formed by the time they are 7, so it's best to start early.
The yearly federal tax filing deadline is April 15th (except in 2020, when we all got a bit of an extension!). Whatever your tax situation ends up being, refund or owe money in 2021, make a plan to file your taxes on time. It won't be quite as difficult a situation now, because you've got options available.
With the ever-growing popularity of online shopping and online communications, you should always have your guard up in the cyberworld. Criminals will use any situation to their advantage–especially when it comes to annual holidays.
In this article you’ll find a few examples of commonly used seasonal and holiday scams, and what you can do to protect yourself.
It's a big world out there, and these days it seems everyone has a side hustle. Sure, you can get business from your immediate community. Still, if you want this business to fly, you've got to do some planning and consider ways to make your business stand out from the others. A quick review of what you're offering and what your competition is offering should make it clear what makes you different?
Check out these 7 tips to help you get your home gym set up and save money doing it, from writer Deb Hipp at debt.com.
Are you a college student who struggles with cooking your own meals? This article from Meal Plan Addict will help you put your menu together on a budget.