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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 released monthly, so come back often to learn more!

Saving for Retirement

Someday, you will be an old person. Sorry to remind you, but it's true- and the sooner you accept the fact, the more prepared you'll be to build the kind of retirement lifestyle you want. Timing is everything! Picture your retirement. Have you ever thought about what you want it to look like? It might be hard to do (especially is your retirement is decades away), but designing the life you want can be motivating. Do you envision traveling the world, living the simple life, or settling in a new city? All of these will cost money, which is why a retirement savings account is so important. 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 following these basic tips: Ace what you wear, Ace what you bring, Ace what you know, and Ace what you say! Read More...

How to Spot Scams

If you use a cellphone or have an email account, you’ve almost certainly been exposed to an attempt at mass marketing fraud. Common examples include being interrupted by an annoying robocall just as you start eating lunch, or waking up to a suspicious message in your email inbox that somehow slipped through the spam filter. Sometimes, the attempted fraud is kind of funny—the wording is so strange or the premise is so ridiculous (“An exiled prince needs my help transferring a million dollars? Really?”) that we’re left wondering how anyone could possibly fall for such an obvious money grab. Read More...