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Teach Your Kids Impulse Control

It's never too soon to have financial talks with your kids.

Impulse purchases can wreak havoc on the most carefully constructed budgets. By teaching your kids how to recognize impulse purchases, you’ll be giving them the tools for overcoming that overpowering impulse to buy, buy, buy. 

Show your kids how retailers affect our emotions and spending habits and how to shop without dropping more money than planned.

Here are some pointers: 

Putting Your Affairs in Order

Putting your affairs in order is a financially smart plan.

You know it’s important to have your financial affairs in order, but it can all seem overwhelming. So how do you get started?

It’s smart and helpful to create an advance plan for the distribution of your assets upon your death. Establishing a clear protocol for the distribution of assets and for medical preferences will ease a painful time for family members while ensuring your will is carried out. Fortunately, this is not as overwhelming as it seems. Here are seven steps you can take to make sure you’re fully prepared for any event.