Monthly Archives: January 2014

Teaching Your Kids About Money: The 5 Most Important Lessons

You could make a generalization that American adults aren’t very good with money. After all, we do owe about $1.1 trillion in student loan debt and about $845 billion in credit card debt. However, there is hope for the future, and starts with you teaching your kids great money habits throughout their lives. Teaching kids […]

Kasasa Identity Fraud Protection – Financial Security in a Nutshell

Face the Facts In 2012 alone, 12.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft amounting to over $21 billion in stolen funds. Every 2.5 seconds, somebody becomes a victim of ID theft.  These numbers are pretty terrifying considering financial fraud and identity theft can cost consumers thousands of dollars, wreak havoc on their credit history, not to […]

Super Money Saver Quiz: Are You a Money Saving Master?

“I want to save more money this year.” Millions of Americans make this resolution every year. In fact, behind losing weight, saving more money is the next most chosen resolution. Why? Because honestly, Americans are awful at managing and saving money. Take a look at the numbers: 3.9 million homes were foreclosed on during the […]