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4/11/19 | Robin Caddell, Iowa Credit Union League

Four Things to Teach Your Kids About Money Before College

The time has come to send your oldest child off to college. You’ve talked with them about safety, getting to class on time and being careful when going to parties. But, how much have you talked with them about being responsible with their money?
 
2/25/19 | Christine Chatham

How to Pay for College

Greater Nevada Credit Union
Hooray! You’ve been accepted to college. Now the question is, “how do I pay for it?”  With several different options, including pay as you go, scholarships, grants and student loans, finding the best way to finance your education can seem overwhelming. Here are some tips to make navigating the financial side of your college education that much easier.
 
2/14/19 | Get Away Today - a GNCU Partner

How to Get Discounts at Disneyland Resorts

If you’re starting to plan a spring break vacation or family summer trip, and Disneyland Resort is where you’d like to head, don’t book anything until you check out the many discounts available to you. Before we look at those special offers, let’s first review upcoming events that you may want to schedule around.
 
Family Back to School Shopping
7/31/18 | California / Nevada Credit Union League

Be a Savvy Back-to-School Shopper

Back-to-school shopping is the second largest consumer spending category after holiday shopping. Once you combined school supplies with other expenses—such as clothing and electronics—a family could easily spend between $600 and $1,000.
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2/26/18 | Michelle Hale

Entrepreneurial Education for Our Youth

Greater Nevada Credit Union

Basic money management skills are crucial to daily success but financial education isn’t commonly offered in schools. To help bridge the gap, Greater Nevada partners with organizations like EverFi, Balance, and the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation

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8/14/17 | California / Nevada Credit Union League

PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS AND YOUR FAMILY

CONSIDER THIS:  According to a Caring.com survey, only 42 percent of adults in this country have estate planning documents such as a will or living trust. Are you part of the 42 percent?
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7/6/17 | NerdWallet

Help Your Teen Use Summer Job Earnings Wisely

Teens with summer jobs might be earning their own money for the first time — but it won’t be the last. The money habits they learn now could last for decades.

Here’s how to help your teen make the most of a job and those paychecks.

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5/11/17 | Nevada Credit Union League

Having the Financial Talk With Your Parents

Among the many things we celebrate during the month of May is Older Americans Month. In keeping with the 2017 theme of “Age Out Loud,” this is a great time to discuss how to have that financial “talk” with your parents or other elders in your family. For many, discussing finances is not something that’s easily done.
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04/20/17 | Bennett Queen

National Credit Union Youth Month: Managing Money Wisely

Greater Nevada Credit Union
April is National Credit Union Youth Month, and across the nation credit unions are promoting the importance of teaching youth ways to earn, spend, save, and manage money wisely. Below is an overview of how you can instill good money habits in your kids, no matter what age.
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4/14/17 | Elizabeth Renter

4 Ways to Manage the Cost of Raising a Baby

NerdWallet
Kids are expensive, and estimating how much you’ll spend on your first bundle of joy is tricky. There are diapers, clothing, furniture, food and toys to think of, as well as costs that may not spring immediately to mind, like life insurance and college savings.