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Friday (1/11): #TaxTimeSavings Twitter Chat

From our friends at the Consumer Federation of America: Each tax season, households making less than $52,000 claim $100 billion in federal tax refunds. For many of America’s low and moderate income households, their tax refund is by far the largest check they receive all year. This windfall provides the perfect opportunity to start or grow …

A new way to teach financial literacy … starting in kindergarten!

FitMoney is a Massachusetts-based financial literacy profit that aims to improve youth financial knowledge and habits in school. Our free, K-12 financial literacy curriculum starts early when financial habits are being formed. Last year, more than 60 teachers used our curriculum to teach 1,500 fourth and fifth graders in Charlestown, East Bridgewater, North Andover and …

Have you made your list? Checked it twice?

The naughty practice of allowing Holiday shopping to break your budget It’s that time of the year, Santa is creating his list and checking it twice to find out who has been naughty or nice. Avoid being on the budget naughty list with my Top 10 Ways to save during the Holidays. Start early—Obviously, since …

Rule of 72 Fun

Let’s have some fun with the rule of 72. One of the best things I learned in college was from my Introduction to Macroeconomics teacher. I don’t remember my professor’s name, but she was from Germany and spoke in a heavy German accent. Anyways, one of the most important things she taught me was The Rule …

Teaching Students Financial Literacy Skills is Too Smart a Solution to Ignore, Part 2

From our friends at MassSaves:

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