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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 […]

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 […]

How to Save Up a 20% Down Payment for Your New Home

According to real estate giant Zillow, the average home price in the United States is $320,662. While that may seem like a hefty dollar figure, consider this: that figure is a 19.6 percent jump from just one year ago. And experts predict that number will continue to rise upwards of 16 percent in the year […]

5 Ways to Change Your Money Mindset

Are you overwhelmed by your finances? You’re not alone. According to a recent survey by Capital One, more than three in four Americans—a whopping 77 percent!—feel anxious about their financial situation, particularly when it comes to saving enough for retirement, keeping up with the cost of living, and managing debt levels. These kinds of financial […]

The Money Date Box in New Jersey Family

This month, our founder Kathy Entwistle and the new Money Date box was featured in New Jersey Family Magazine as Januarys Mom Crush. We were so excited to see Kathy show off her role not only as the founder but as the amazing mom she is! Seeing her and her family in print brought us […]

How to Improve Your Debt-to-Income Ratio So You Can Get a Mortgage

So you want to buy a house? Chances are you don’t have the funds to buy that dream house outright with cash—not many people do. While it’s true that the percentage of all-cash home purchases is currently at an all-time high, that number still only makes up 30 percent, or less than one-third, of all […]

7 Financial Resolutions to Make for the New Year

The last couple of years have been tough. And not just because we’re all living through a global pandemic. According to a recent study, more than half of Americans considered 2020 a “financial disaster.” As a result, many used 2021 as a rebound year of sorts—a time to buckle down, save, and try to recover […]

How to Have a Debt-Free Christmas Every Year

It’s easy to get lost in the more commercial aspects of the holiday season: the decor, the presents, the parties. It’s most certainly a time of over-indulgence in just about every way. And in a way that sort of reckless abandon is part of the magic of it all. But you know what’s not magical—at […]

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