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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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It can be a daunting task to teach your child about saving money, especially in this teetering economy that we’re in right now. Here are six easy ways to teach your kids about saving money: 1. Make it fun for them to learn about money. Games like Monopoly help teach kids about money and spending while making…

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Giving With Gratitude

We all start out in life as consummate takers. Can you train your children to find the beauty in giving and doing for others?  Try picking a month to focus on gratitude as a goal: Teach your children how giving benefits the giver as much as the receiver.  Pointers to cover: How giving makes the…

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Summer break is almost here and you’re ready to ESCAPE! But that doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. Have yourself an awesome time without blowing your budget by following these five tips: Check your school for discounts and help Lots of colleges offer on-campus travel agents who can help you plan your vacation…

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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. As the weather warms and summer nears, there are many opportunities for your kids to pull in some extra money.  If money-making is not on your children’s minds, you may need to direct them…

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Lemonade Day This Saturday!

This Saturday is Lemonade Day! 2019 is the fifth year that Lemonade Day has come to Wichita Falls and the second year I have been apart of it through TCCU‘s sponsorship of the program. I am so excited for tomorrow! I cannot wait to see the lemonade stands all over town and see all the…

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It can be a daunting task to teach your child about saving money, especially in this teetering economy that we’re in right now. Here are six easy ways to teach your kids about saving money: 1. Make it fun for them to learn about money. Games like Monopoly help teach kids about money and spending…

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Financial Peace for Teens

I’ll be the first to admit it. Right out of college and into my first job, I developed some bad spending habits. I relied too heavily on student loans (my husband went on to law school so they were still available to us), I used credit cards like they were free money, and an “emergency”…

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