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It's a Money Thing®

Financial education should be fun.

Who said financial education has to be serious and boring? We are inviting young adults to join our main character, Jen, on her journey to understand everything there is to know about money. Each lesson tackles an important financial topic and includes a video and article. New content is highlighted monthly, so come back often to learn more!

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Student Loans 101

Pursuing post-secondary education should be an exciting time in your life. You’re making decisions and opening up possibilities that will shape your future—a future that is adventurous and fulfilling and that decidedly does not include years and years of crippling debt. Is taking out a student loan worth it? It's not an easy question to ask yourself, but it's one worth considering. Read More...

 

Buying a Used Car


If you take your time and do your homework, buying a used car can be rewarding and cost-effective. Used cars typically come with a lower cost and wider selection. Plus, you avoid the depreciation that happens when you buy a new car (new cars will lose about 30% of their original value in the first two years). So, how do you get a good deal on a used car? Follow this simple strategy: Research, Evaluate, Negotiate. Read More...

Acing the Job Interview


When it comes to job interviews, preparation is key! Job interviews are stressful when you're under-prepared. Make sure you have all the bases covered by acing what you wear, acing what you bring, acing what you know, and acing what you say.  Read More...