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Talking to Your Teen About Money

You probably feel comfortable talking to your teen about things like school, sports, and clothing. But how do you feel about talking about money? While it may be a tricky topic to broach, odds are that your teenager will rely on you to learn basic financial management skills. And the teenage years can be a critical learning period. According to a report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it’s important to establish strong financial decision-making habits in the teen years because it will help your child better navigate his or her financial life as an adult.1

Prepare your teenager for the financial challenges of adulthood by talking to him or her about the following topics.

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Four Tips for Downsizing in Retirement

Downsizing

Going through years of accumulated possessions and memories is probably not how you envisioned spending part of your retirement. It may sound like a daunting and emotionally draining task, but downsizing could be a savvy financial move, especially if you haven’t reached your retirement savings goals.

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Don’t Delay: The Potential Benefits of Starting to Save Now

Save

For long-term investment goals such as retirement, time can be one of your biggest advantages. That’s because time allows your investment dollars to do some of the hard work for you through a mathematical principle known as compounding.

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year

As we approach the New Year, you may be having another one of those classic moments of self-reflection. Will I finally become more organized? Can I commit myself to losing those few pounds that I have been meaning to for so long? Do I embark on that family trip to Europe which I have longed for? Continue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”

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