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Apr 15, 2022 / Money Tips

Two Ways to Combat the Rising Costs of College

College is expensive. It’s always been a stretch for students to save up and work their way through two to four years of traditional college, trade school, vocational school, or some other institution of higher learning. And, it’s only getting pricier with each passing year. Along with rising costs of living across the country, the…
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Mar 29, 2022 / Money Tips

How Mobile Is Your Wallet?

As with nearly everything else in the world, wallets have gone digital. This isn’t exactly a new trend. Mobile wallets have been around since 2011. But it’s one that more and more consumers are embracing. Big bulky wallets are out. Digital wallets that you can…
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Mar 11, 2022 / Money Tips

How to Help Your Kids Pay for College

College is expensive, and it’s getting pricier with each passing year. If you want a more detailed description of higher education expenses (emphasis on higher), check out last week’s post about the true cost of college. But suffice to say, it’s not a stretch to…
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Mar 07, 2022 / Money Tips

How to Prepare Your Teens Financially for College

Sending your teen to college is a bitter-sweet experience. On the one hand, you’re sad to see them go. On the other, you’re glad to get rid of them. You’re excited that they’re pursuing their education, but nervous about the life lessons they’re about to…
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Feb 18, 2022 / Money Tips

Teach Your Teens Financial Independence (The $100 Head Start)

As parents, one of your primary responsibilities is to help your kids help themselves. You can’t be with them 24/7 (and let’s face it, the constant questions about when their dinner will be ready get real old, real fast). But one of the most important…
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Feb 04, 2022 / Local Utah

How to Help Teens Save Money

Learning financial concepts can be complicated for young people. Saving money, in particular, can be a difficult lesson to learn when income is low and every possible expense is so exciting. On top of that, financial education is rarely prioritized at the high school level,…
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Jan 28, 2022 / Money Tips

How to Reduce Your Debt Stress

At the beginning of the year, money is on nearly everyone’s mind. Whether you’re still recovering from the holidays, anticipating tax season, or just trying to follow through with your financial resolutions, matters of money have a way of adding extra stress to an already…
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Jan 24, 2022 / Local Utah

Helping High School Students Succeed $100 at a Time

  When kids are young, money can seem pretty complicated. But like anything else in life, with a little experience comes a lot of understanding. And the earlier your kids start, the faster they’ll learn the ins and outs of personal finance. That’s why Utah…
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Jan 14, 2022 / Money Tips

What Are Your New Year’s Financial Resolutions?

The New Year is perfect time to evaluate your finances. In fact, more than half of Americans make some form of financial resolution at the beginning of the year. It’s an important first step, especially considering almost half of those who make a resolution are…
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Shopping Rush

Nov 22, 2021 / Money Tips

Beat the Holiday Shopping Rush with these Helpful Savings Tips

Remember that holiday movie quote about being “grinchy” when Christmas spirit is in short supply? With global supply chain issues and shipping delays making headlines, holiday spirit isn’t the only thing that’s predicted to be in short supply this year. To keep you from feeling…
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