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Living in Financial Denial? Here’s How to Bounce Back

In a bleak economy that has split the “middle class” into three different subclasses, the 18 to 29 age group have more opportunities to go into debt than any generation that came before them. There is a lot of pressure to show success. So much so that more people are living beyond their means more than ever.

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How & Why Finance Should Be Taught in Schools

Financial literacy involves teaching students the basics of money management. This includes things such as debt, budgeting, saving, and lending. The purpose of financial literacy courses is to set a foundation for students so that they can build strong money habits later in their lives.

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Top 5 Financial Resolutions for 2019

As humans, we all have the vices that we would rather not have. Money definitely acts like one of those vices. For this reason, millions of Americans set money-related resolutions every New Year.

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Guide to Tipping Etiquette

In most parts of the world, tipping is not mandatory, or even expected. However, in the U.S., you are expected to tip if you go to certain places and most people feel it is a moral obligation. Nonetheless, sometimes you find yourself at a loss on how much to tip for certain services.

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The Benefits of Having a “Money Buddy”

Based solely on this headline, you may be wondering: What on earth is a money buddy? Let us clarify that, no, a money buddy is not someone who helps you spend money. Quite the contrary! A money buddy is a person capable of helping  you manage your money properly.

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Planning Financially for a Natural Disaster

In light of Hurricane Florence’s recent landfall in the Carolinas, it’s important to consider how natural disasters can impact your financial situation. Despite the emphasis placed on planning for an emergency in schools and throughout the media, many Americans remain unprepared and without a solid financial plan.

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