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Be Smart About Money This Week

This week is Money Smart Week®. Created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, Money Smart Week® is a national education campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This year the dates are April 22 to 29. Money Smart Week is the collaboration of hundreds of organizations across the country […]

Protect Yourself from Scams: Stop and Think

If scamming people wasn’t so profitable, there wouldn’t be so many con artists tricking people out of their money. There are many types of scams. Here are three which recently happened in my world: 1. My mother answered the phone to this greeting: “Hi Grandma, I’m in Florida to attend a funeral.” Evidently my child […]

Avoid Decay and Stay in Control of Your Money

Would you like to feel younger next year? The book, Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D., explains, while we can’t stop aging, we can turn back our biological clocks. Co-authors Crowley and Lodge describe the three components to becoming functionally younger as we age. Crowley writes, “50 percent of all […]

Cost Savings or Convenience? Which do you choose?

Note: This is a guest blog by my colleague, Christine Moriarty, CFP, of MoneyPeace, Inc. When it comes to cost versus convenience, many of us opt for convenience. In this fast paced world, saving time seems to have universal appeal throughout the classes and the country. We swipe to pay. We Snap Chat to get […]

Free Consumer Information at Your Fingertips

US government agencies work to help consumers make wise choices and stay healthy and safe. Their information is made available to us in over 200 publications, which you can order or download at www.publications.usa.gov. Depending on the publication, they are available in print, as a pdf, or online. Some can be downloaded to an e-reader, and […]

Give Thanks to Your Money

Thanksgiving reminds us to be grateful for the people and things we value in our lives. I propose we include money in our expressions of gratitude, both the money we have and our ability to acquire it. Money is so important in our daily lives, many ordinary events would not happen without it. At its […]