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The School Counselor – An Underrated Resource

A couple of generations ago, the school counselor job was too-often where they stuck the marginally-performing track coach or the teacher who was burnt out. But the American School Counselor Association has been working with school districts in recent years to beef up the role of the school counselor – and ensure they have better […]

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Women Need to Eat More Vegetables

Women Need to Eat More Vegetables

Women of childbearing age are not eating enough vegetables, finds a new study. The study – which was presented last week at the 2015 Experimental Biology meeting in Boston – found that women between the ages of 19-50 are eating just half of their recommended daily portion of vegetables. This means that they are not […]

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Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Your taxes are a major family expense, and at some point, your children will come asking questions about them. What should and shouldn’t you share? Two of the main factors to consider are age and maturity level. You know your own child better than anyone else, and making the decision to discuss your taxes is […]

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Posted in: Children, Financial Education, Taxes, Teenagers

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Money Saving Ideas for Parents!

Money Saving Ideas for Parents!

Think that having kids will put a cramp in your style — not to mention your wallet? Well, that’s not always the case. Follow these simple tips and you’ll discover that you can nourish your wallet while also nurturing your family. 1. Avoid impulse buys. A good way to do this is to put your […]

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Beware of Fake Mobile Phone Apps

Beware of Fake Mobile Phone Apps

Millions of people use their smart phones to check credit union accounts, bank accounts and other financial accounts. They are convenient, of course, and they have some terrific uses. But be careful before you enter your credit union account password into a mobile phone app – especially if you aren’t 100 percent sure of the […]

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Beyond The Gift Wrap: Parent Ideas on a Meaningful Holiday Season

Beyond The Gift Wrap: Parent Ideas on a Meaningful Holiday Season

“Making a list and checking it twice.” Come holiday time, everyone is drawing up their lists, charts and sometimes spreadsheets for cataloging their holiday gift items. While adults may be occupied with finding the right item to give to everyone on their list, most children are crafting notes on what they expect to get. The […]

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