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Money for Teens: A Guide for Life Author: Tim Wuebker This book has an average review of 4.6 out of 5 stars! Money For Teens is for teenagers and young adults interested in learning about basic and advanced money concepts. Adults who want more financial education would enjoy this book as well. This book is filled…

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Pictured: Teddy in 2018, already ready to BE THE BOSS! 😉 I’m very excited to share that Lemonade Day Wichita Falls is coming back for its SIXTH year, and it’s my third year to be involved in an official capacity! (To be specific, my employer, Texoma Community Credit Union, became the title sponsor in 2018,…

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) season is in full swing! Whether you’re a college student, a high school senior or you’re seeking financial aid for your college-age child, it’s time to fill out those forms. The rules and deadlines can be confusing, but we’re here to help. We have answered all your questions…

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It’s the bargain-hunter’s favorite season-or is it? Before you brave the crowds this Black Friday, take a few minutes to read through our list of what to buy and what to skip so you come home only with true bargains. Skip: Large home appliances While you may find markdowns on large household appliances, like dishwashers…

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7 Ways To De-Stress For Less

It’s the time of year when the blues hit the hardest. And while many people turn to costly escapes, you can get the same results without spending a penny. Let Texoma With Kids show you how to de-stress for less and send that down mood packing! Here are 7 totally free pick-me-ups. 1.   Get moving…

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9 Ways For Kids To Make Money

The best way to teach a child financial responsibility is by encouraging her to earn and manage money on her own. Fall maybe closer, but it still feels like summer. There are still many opportunities for your kids to pull in some extra money. If money-making is not on your children’s minds, you may need…

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  1.) Use allowance as a teaching tool Give your kids their allowances with no strings attached to help them acquire money management skills through saving and spending trial and error.  2.) Boost their confidence Don’t let your child’s spending habits sway with peer pressure. Instead, help them build a sense of worth that’s independent…

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Talking to your kids about money is good. It’s important. If you’ve taught them enough so that they feel comfortable saving, investing and spending their money wisely, you’ve done an awesome job as a parent. Good for you. But there’s a limit, and kids are still kids. They should never be included in the family…

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