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7 Tips for Educating Your Children about Saving Money

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Teaching your kids to save money is an important part of responsible parenting. Many people graduate from high school and college with no concept of how to save money, make investments, or manage their taxes. Although teaching your child about bank loans, investments, debit and credit cards may seem like a little too much, you can start off by teaching them the simple art of saving money.

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5 Tips to Save Money

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Everyone plans to save money before they get their paychecks, but as soon as that money hits their bank account saving money seems so much harder. It seems that frequent spending has become the norm in society nowadays.Day by day, the wants of consumers are escalating and have almost replaced the concept of needs. It’s easy to feel like whatever you want, becomes a need; impacting your monthly budgeting in negative ways. A single visit to the store means that you have an opportunity to end up buying things you don’t need.

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Avoiding Common Phone Scams

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Though phone scams sound old and outdated, they still are common today. Primarily, people who are over fifty years of age are victimized through telephone fraud. Every year people lose money to telephone scams. Scammers act very friendly, and will sweet talk the money out of people any way they can. They will sometimes claim to be a part of a company that you trust, place ads or send emails to lure you into their trap.

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4 Helpful Tips to Avoid Credit Card Scams

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Without a doubt, using credit cards can make life easier. You can buy anything and everything with just a swipe of your credit card. Buyers and retailers both use credit cards for their everyday transactions.

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Guest Blog: Tools to Help You Navigate the Equifax Data Breach

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As you are probably aware, there has been a data breach, this time from Equifax. Reportedly, hackers may have accessed personal information from 143 million Americans, including social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and in some cases driver’s license numbers. They also stole credit card numbers for about 209,000 people and dispute documents with personal identifying information for about 182,000 people.

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Earn While You Learn?

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Should workers be allowed to study for career-advancing tests while at work – even if the education could benefit the company? Opinions are mixed.

Recruitment firm Robert Half Finance & Accounting recently interviewed top finance professionals to get some “real world” views on the subject. (keep in mind that these arguments apply to a variety of fields.)

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Parents and Teens Disagree on Auto Ownership

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Here’s a finding that will surprise nobody: 76% of teens say they're ready for a car, while 85% of parents disagree.

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Are you signed up for VISA® Purchase Alerts?

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New forms of identity theft seem to happen each day, so give yourself an added layer of protection with VISA® Purchase Alerts.

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