In this edition of our blog round-up, we're going to take a look back at some of the most clicked on blogs in 2019. Check them out below:
According to US News, 1 in 5 teenagers lack the skills of basic financial literacy. This means they have little to no working knowledge of common financial practices such as savings & checking accounts, credit scores, filing taxes, and more. This statistic can be attributed to the fact that many teenagers are not being taught these financial skills, both at home and in the classroom. As of this post, there are only 17 states in the country that require high school students to take some sort of personal finance class. Additionally, many parents of teens handle the majority of financial responsibilities until their child is living on their own (and some even continue beyond that) or provide a poor example to follow. To help combat this issue, this eBook will provide teens with their own Financial Toolkit to help educate and empower them for the future.
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also one of the most expensive. Last year, it was estimated that Americans spent an average of $882 on gifts alone. So while you want the holidays to be magical and memorable, you don’t want to break the bank to do it. Here are some ways that you can manage your spending this holiday season.
Leaving for college is an exciting milestone in any teen’s life. For the first time, they’ll be taking on several responsibilities they’ve never had to deal with before. Before dropping them off at school, take a look at this list to see what you can do to help make the adjustment as easy and seamless as possible.
It can be difficult to know when and where it is appropriate to leave a tip. To help you out, we’ve created this helpful guideline of when you should or shouldn't tip.