Making Tweens and Teens Money Smart

By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®

Young people don’t need to wait until they’re adults to begin learning about money matters. If we teach them key financial concepts now, they’ll be better prepared for life’s economic challenges as adults.

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Don’t Derail Your Investing Plan

Are you a worrier when it comes to investing?  Or perhaps you’re the “set it and forget it” type who doesn’t fret much about your investments?  Whatever your investing style is, it’s important to invest regularly and keep a long-term perspective, including paying yourself first … automatically. Here are some tips to save for your future.

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Tips for Navigating Multigenerational Living

Back in the good old days, it was common for several generations to live under one roof. In recent years, multigenerational living has made a big comeback, and with it more innovative housing choices. In fact, one in five American households are comprised of adults from different generations such as parents and their adult children, or grandparents, parents and children, according to census data.

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