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It's a Money Thing

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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Pay Yourself First


Like going to the gym or eating a healthy diet, saving money is one of those concepts that’s simple to grasp but weirdly challenging to put into practice. We understand its benefits. We agree that it’s essential to our well-being. We know that it’s something we should be doing. But paycheck after paycheck, it’s the same routine: after the bills have been paid and the regular expenses have been looked after, there just isn’t quite enough left over for our savings goals. Read More...


Let's Talk Taxes

Paycheck withholdings are a fact of life for most workers, but they aren’t set in stone. While it might seem like the right idea is to accept your withholdings as given and hope for a big refund at tax time, you’re better off taking a more proactive approach. With a closer look at your life situation and a touch of math, you can wind up with more pocket money and better financial well-being. Read More...

 

Using Your Credit Card

News outlets and credit card companies are quick to label millennials as being credit card-shy. According to a recent survey, millennials apparently fear their credit card debt more than climate change, the threat of war and even death. It may sound like an overreaction, but the underlying trend is substantial: millennials are carrying fewer cards and have lower balances, compared to the previous generation of young adults. Read More...