Could You Earn An “A” in Financial Basics And Terms?
3 Ways To Make A Pain-Free Money Plan
In 2003, the United States Senate designated April as Financial Literacy for Youth Month. In March 2004 the Senate unanimously passed Resolution 316 that officially recognized April as National Financial Literacy Month. This law emphasizes the importance of every American understanding financial basics and terms. Scott wants to cast a vote for national cake month […]
Benjamin Franklin said, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” What a smart guy. (Although flying a kite in a thunderstorm doesn’t look like wisdom at first glance.) Planning is a key to success – especially with your money. Planning doesn’t just help you get ahead financially; it helps put (and keep) your […]