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7 Creative Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money

Like so many other things in life—your work ethic or your attitude towards nutrition and exercise—your money mindset, or your beliefs and feelings about money, is established in your formative years.  But here’s the harsh reality: In the United States, we’re largely failing our children. For the most part, basic finance has been absent from […]

Top 5 Books to Improve Your Money Mindset

When it comes to money management, here’s something we hear a lot: “I’m just not a numbers person.”  But that kind of money mindset—your beliefs and feelings about money—isn’t going to get you very far. Because here’s the thing: Even if you’re not a math whiz, everyone has finances to control.  So if reevaluating your […]

Should I Invest With My S/O Before Marriage?

When it comes to relationships, marriage is often the catalyst for some big steps you may not have yet taken together—like combining finances. But not all couples follow the traditional trajectory—especially today, when so many choose to move in together before tying the knot.  Still, according to a recent study, the majority of adults see […]

10 Ways to Save Money Faster

Savvy strategies to give your savings a quick boost. We can’t help it—as humans, we’re hardwired to want to see quick results. There’s nothing more rewarding than having something to show for all of your hard work. And conversely, there’s nothing that can stall your progress faster than the disappointment that comes along with glacial […]

How to help your teen open their first checking account

4 Steps to Helping Your Teen Open Their First Checking Account From day one, we teach our kids everything they need to know. But there’s a big piece of the puzzle that’s been, for the most part, inadvertently left out: basic finances.  “From 25 years of helping people with their money, I’ve learned that most […]

Top 5 Books to Improve Your Money Mindset

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When it comes to money management, here’s something we hear a lot: “I’m just not a numbers person.” But that kind of money mindset—your beliefs and feelings about money—isn’t going to get you very far. Because here’s the thing: Even if you’re not a math whiz, everyone has finances to control. So if reevaluating your […]

4 Steps to Helping Your Teen Open Their First Checking Account

From day one, we teach our kids everything they need to know. But there’s a big piece of the puzzle that’s been, for the most part, inadvertently left out: basic finances. “From 25 years of helping people with their money, I’ve learned that most people are intimidated by finances and financial conversations,” says The Money […]

Credit History: How to Fix a Negative Mark

Your credit score is more than just a number. It is your financial DNA and a living history of your finances. And any marks on this have real-life ramifications that can ultimately impact loan amounts and interest rates (mortgages included!), limits on credit cards, car insurance premiums, the need for a security deposit on utilities, […]

Money Date: What Is It and Why Is It Important?

You’ve finally parked yourself on the couch at the end of a long day. Your choice: Sort through your finances or catch up on the latest binge-worthy show everyone’s talking about.  Though many would opt for the later (talking about finances and money can be stressful and challenging!), there’s good reason to choose the former.  […]

The Money Date Box in The Luminary Weekly

The Money Date Box and Founder, Kathy Entwistle, have been highlighted in The Luminary Weekly, a weekly newsletter for members of the Luminary Community. Luminary is global career and personal growth platform and communication hub with a mission to uplift, up-skill, and propel women forward through all phases of their professional journey.

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