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Five things to know about 529 plans

It doesn’t matter if your child is still learning to count or deriving equations with ease, there’s no better time to get started saving for his or her college education than right now.

Raising financially smart kids

Understanding finances is a basic building block for adulthood. Discover strategies you can use to raise a generation of financially smart kids.

Moral hazard and elder care

Let’s talk for a minute about elder care and moral hazard. Don’t worry – this isn’t about the time you raided your grandmother’s candy jar and ruined your appetite, it’s about economic principles.

Generation Edge enters the workplace

Meet Generation Edge (AKA Gen Z). Discover how this truly digital native generation is entering the working world and will add another layer of generational diversity.

Generational happiness

From loyalty to impact and autonomy to experiences discover how each generation defines happiness.

Time to buy a home?

For better or worse, buying a home – not to mention moving itself – can be a stressful affair. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you prepare to buy a house

The new way to donate: Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is gaining popularity and paving the way for the next generation of giving. Explore how this new form of fundraising is capturing the attention and dollars of younger generations while traditional nonprofits are struggling.

Technology solutions for aging adults

As the population ages, friends and family members are determined to help older adults age in place. Missy Escribano, a Certified Aging in Place Specialist, has provided the following technology solutions for aging adults.

Cash, dethroned

There used to be a time when cash ruled the roost. When a healthy wallet was packed with a selection of bills: some ones and fives and a few twenties, and if things were really going well a nice crisp $100.

Oh, baby! That little one will cost you a bundle

A baby is a bundle of joy, however if you’re getting ready to start a family, that little one will cost you. According to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it will cost an estimated $233,610 over the next 18 years.

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