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Guest Post – Financial Literacy and Your Teen

Today I have a special Guest Post for you from Alisa Gilbert, thanks Alisa for your post.  I particularly enjoyed learning about “The Bad Credit Hotel” game she found. Great job Alisa! ;o) Enjoy! Cheers…Amanda van der Gulik…Excited Life Enthusiast! … Continue reading

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“New credit card laws may save the day for college bound teens” by Patti Handy, snippet from her blog

Patti says, “Credit cards can be a man’s (and woman’s) best friend…or worst enemy. They can save the day when an unexpected expense occurs, a flat tire at 2:00 am blows, or a medical emergency hits you from behind. In … Continue reading

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Advice to Preserve a Top Credit Ranking

It is pretty well-known the things that can be done to fix credit and what a person must not do, if possible. Most any person even understands what their score is and the manner in which that credit score is … Continue reading

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Why Should We Teach Our Kids About Money?

“Why should we teach our kids about money? Some people say, “Timmy’s so young. I want him to enjoy being happy and innocent. Money is a worry for grown-ups, not kids.” I say, “We’re raising a whole generation with ‘sucker’ … Continue reading

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