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Fun Ways to Teach Kids About Money

Fun Ways to Teach Kids About Money

It’s never too early to begin teaching kids about money. Responsible money management is a vital skill they will carry throughout their lives. However, the subject isn’t always the most entertaining, especially for younger children. Many find it dull or have difficulty understanding the concepts.
Fortunately, there are many fun and engaging ways to educate your child about money. All it takes is a little time and some creativity.

By Campus USA at 9 May 2023

8 Wise Money Moves to Make in Your 30s

Much of your twenties is spent figuring out who you are and where you’re going in life. As you progress into your thirties, more pieces of that puzzle begin to fall into place. Perhaps you’re planning to get married or start a family. Maybe specific career goals are on your mind. Regardless, it’s often a period of significant personal growth.

By Campus USA at 12 Apr 2023

Love Your Car, But Not Your Payments?

Buying a car is an exciting experience, and it's easy to get caught up in the thrill of driving your new vehicle. However, once the initial excitement fades, you might find yourself concerned about the monthly payments on your auto loan. Fortunately, there is a solution: refinancing. Learn more about how refinancing can help you lower your payments and make your car more affordable.

By Campus USA at 6 Mar 2023

Setting New Years [Financial] Resolutions as a Couple

New Year Goals

Consistently among the top resolutions are living healthier, spending more time with family and friends, and bettering one’s financial position. However, while you may have the best intentions, keeping resolutions throughout the year can be challenging – especially regarding financial goals. Learn more about making goals as a couple.

By Campus USA at 1 Jan 2023
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